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August 2013

Flat VS. Low Slope Roof

Flat VS. Low Slope Roof When it comes to buildings and houses, there are generally two types of roofs, flat or low slope, and a steep slope roof. A flat or low slope roof is generally treated as one type of roof and requires a specialist when it comes to repairing and replacement, whereas a steep sloped roof, (that is a roof that has at least a 4/12 pitch or Read More

Different Types of Flat Roofs

Essential Flat Roofing offers four types of flat roofing; EPDM (Ethylene Propylene Diene Monomer), TPO (Thermo-plastic Polyolefin Roofing Membranes), BUR (Built-Up Roofing – Tar and Gravel) and Modified Bitumen. Contact us today for all your roofing needs. Embed This Image On Your Site (copy code below): Courtesy of: Essential Flat Roofing

Flat Roof Repair Benefits

All roofs are exposed to the elements: wind, rain, snow and sun all play a part in breaking down your roof over time. Flat roofs are no exception to the rule. In fact, flat roof repair can be the bane of many businesses and homeowners. It does not have to be that way, however. Flat roofs can last up to 20 – 30 years with proper maintenance, installation, and inspection. Read More