What Exactly Is Considered a Low Slope Roof

What Exactly Is Considered A Low Slope Roof?

Select The Right Materials To Your Low Slope Roof

Residential low slope roofing can generally be divided up into two large groups: larger flat roofed applications (low slope) for example, residential condo buildings, row houses, and townhomes and smaller applications, for example, residential porch and garage transitions in the principal house in which the slope from the roofing changes dramatically from steep slope to low slope on the very same composition.

Larger Residential Low Slope Roof Structure Projects

For that larger residential low slope roofing applications, We have a host of items and solutions accessible such as BUR (Built-Up Roofing) systems, APP Modified Bitumen systems, and SBS Modified Bitumen systems, such as many products that feature CoolStar areas that meet  Energy Star specifications, may be used to conform to the 2016 California Title 24 Part 6 Cool Roof Specifications, and may even be eligible for a federal tax rebate when put in as a residential low slope roofing product.

Small Residential Low Slope Roof Structure Projects

For that smaller residential low slope roofing applications, for example, garage area and porch transitions, We provide an outstanding solution within our Flintlastic SA, self-adhering SBS modified bitumen roofing system. Flintlastic SA products feature clean and straightforward applications. They have coarse areas with colors that organize with shingles giving the property owner a comprehensive and coordinated remedy for roofing styles that transition from steep to low slope.

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