A flat roof is a type of roofing design characterized by a very low slope or no slope at all. Unlike traditional pitched roofs with steep angles, flat roofs have a nearly horizontal orientation, typically with a slight incline for water drainage. These roofs are commonly found in modern architecture and commercial buildings. Flat roofing systems may use materials such as membrane roofing (including TPO or EPDM), built-up roofing (BUR), or modified bitumen to provide waterproofing and protection against the elements. While called “flat,” these roofs usually have a slight slope to facilitate water drainage and prevent ponding.

Flat Roof Repair: A Comprehensive Guide to Fixing Common Issues

By |2024-01-22T18:28:56+00:00December 18th, 2023|Commercial Roofing, Roofing|

Flat roofs are a popular choice for commercial and residential buildings due to their modern aesthetic and space-efficient design. However, like any roofing system, flat roofs are susceptible to wear and tear over time. Regular maintenance is crucial to ensure the longevity and effectiveness of a flat roof. In this comprehensive guide, we'll explore common

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