Residential Flat & Low Slope Roofs

Flat and low slope roofs provide unique architectural and design possibilities that expand functional space for both commercial buildings and homes.

Residential Flat and Low Slope Roofs

Flat and low slope roofs don’t just provide buildings and homes additional square footage that can be purposed to house HVAC, communications, and lighting. They can also create new functional spaces that entertain, power, insulate, or provide water supply to the building and its surrounding grounds.

Flat and Low Slope Roof Systems

These water-tight and leak resistant systems are durable enough for daily use because they are built in layers to add additional protection and service life. Flat and low slope roof systems from top manufacturers like Verisco, GAF, Firestone, Carlisle, Siplast, and Derbigum are flexible enough in design standards to meet the requirements for accessibility of other trades, entertainment space, commercial usage, and water collection.

Flat and Low Slope Roof Types

Flat and low slope roofs are flexible enough to be designed and built purpose-specific, but can also be combined for multiple uses in both commercial and residential applications.

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Single-Ply Roofing

  • TPO
  • PVC
  • EPDM

Modified Bitumen Roofing

  • SBS Membrane
  • APP Membrane
  • Self-Adhered

Built-Up Roofing

  • Single Ply
  • Double Ply
  • Triple Ply

Liquid Applied Membrane

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