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Commercial Low slope roofing is a popular roofing option for commercial property owners and operations across Pine Hills. Otherwise known as a flat roof, low slope roofing is specially built with a slight decline to drain water. But beyond that, there are a ton of other intricate procedures and choices that take place for a successful installation.
In most, if not all cases, low slope roofing is done using sealed or membrane roofing types. This is what’s commonly known as rubber roofing. Rubber roofing is far more resistant to common damaging factors that roofing types such as slate or asphalt shingles would be susceptible to.
Low Slope Roofing Services
These are some of the low-slope roofing services that we offer to Pine Hills building owners:
- Low Slope Roof Repair
- Commercial Low-Slope Roof Replacement
- Low Slope Roof Coatings
- Storm Damage Repair to Low-Slope Roofing Systems
- Low Slope Roof Estimates & Inspections
More About Low-Slope Roofing Systems
So to learn more and better understand the intricacies regarding low slope roofing, here are answers to common questions we get from building owners.
Is there a difference between low slope and flat (no-pitch) roofs?
Ideally, no roof is completely flat. Usually, low slope and flat slope roofing bend slightly towards one direction to provide drainage functions. However, when it comes to the difference in slope, low-slope roofs have a steeper slope than flat roofs.
Flat roofs can have a slope of about 1” or slightly more while low-slope roofs can slope to about 2” or more. The goal is to create adequate pitch to drain water.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of low slope roofing?
There’s no doubt that low slope roofs are far safer than sloped roofs especially when it comes to inspections. Low slope roofs are also far stronger, durable, resistant to the effects of harsh weather, and affordable.
On the flip side, low sloped roofing tends to fall short whenever it snows because the ice just accumulates and sits on your roof until it’s warm enough for it to melt and drain away or until someone manually shoves it off.
Can low sloped roofs become leaky?
Despite choosing the best low-slope roofing experts to install your flat roof, there are external factors that can reduce the performance of your roof giving way to damage. For example, as a result of aging, prolonged sunlight exposure, and poor maintenance, low sloped roofs can develop issues such as ponding, sagging and drainage issues which, if left unchecked could lead to leaking.
This explains why you must procure frequent inspections and maintenance for your low sloped roofs. This way, you can root out issues in the bud and have them repaired promptly.
What is the best roofing type for a low sloped roof?
If the numbers are anything to go by, rubber roofs take first place in the list of most preferred roofing for commercial properties. It is much cheaper, doesn’t take long to install, it is not labor-intensive, it is easy to maintain, lasts longer, harsh weather proof, and is fire resistant.
In the long run, it all narrows down to what your needs and requirements are. Most clients usually find that their needs are met when they choose rubber roofing for their low-sloped roof projets.
What parts make up a complete low-sloped roof?
A low sloped roof mainly consists of three components. They include the deck, insulation, and the top membrane. Other minor components to complete the roofing structure include the flashing and the air and vapor retarders. Depending on the client’s demands these extra components can be left out.
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Have more questions regarding low slope, flat roofing, or any other roofing type? As an established roofing contractor in Pine Hills, we are best placed to provide reliable information and services on all matters roofing. Contact us today and let’s schedule an appointment.
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With over 20 years of experience serving the Pine Hills area, we take pride in our Florida roots. We are devoted members of the Pine Hills community, and have built our company on the principal of giving back. Many roofing contractors are here today, and gone tomorrow. We are more than ‘just’ a roofing company – we are your neighbors, and view our customers as family. When you’re looking for peace of mind and want to hire a contractor that you know is reliable, dependable, and puts the customer first, give Pro Choice Roofing a call!
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When it comes time to choosing a commercial roofing contractor, take peace of mind in hiring a LOCAL commercial roofer that will stand behind their product and offers premium-grade warranties! Your roof protects your most valuable investment, your commercial property and tenants. The warranty that covers your home can’t be an afterthought! Invest in the best with Pro Choice Roofing for commercial!
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We built Pro Choice Roofing on the foundation of integrity and a mission to faithfully serve our customers. We know that you have no shortage of options when it comes to roofing contractors, and that’s what motivates us to over-deliver in any capacity possible. From white glove customer service, to using only the best crews with premium craftsmanship, to using the best roofing materials and warranties on the market, everything we do is to serve our customers in the highest manner possible. We view our customers as family, and hope to have the opportunity to show you why 100’s of Pine Hills homeowners have already entrusted their homes to us!
During your free roofing inspection, one of our expert commercial roofing technicians will fully assess your roof. During this inspection, we will document all damage and observations, and present them to you to help you identify whether your roof’s life can be safely extended through repairs, or if a full replacement is required.
This answer depends on many variables. Each commercial roofing system is unique and has its own challenges, and factors that need to be considered. Some of the factors are: the size of your roof, accessibility to your roof, roofing material, and type of warranty you select.
This is another answer that truly depends, as every building is different. The most commonly installed commercial roofing systems in the Pine Hills area are TPO roofs, built-up, commercial metal and single-ply. Our recommendation may differ based on whether you have a low-slope or flat roof.
Yes! Commercial roof coatings are one of our most highly requested services by commercial building owners! Did you know that not every flat roof has to be replaced? In some cases, we may be able to apply a roof coating to your building, which can extend the life of your roof up to 10-20 years, and can save you 50% as compared to a full replacement!
We are storm damage restoration experts. If you believe your commercial flat roof has been exposed to wind or hail damage, give us a call to set up your free commercial roofing inspection. We can provide you with a detailed inspection report of the condition of your roof, and whether you have signs of storm damage that need to be repaired, or replaced.