Common Materials Used for Flat/Low-Sloped Roofing Systems

Flat/low sloped roofs have been the preferred roofing for homes and commercial buildings for years. This is due to a number of reasons, including long service life, low life cycle cost, and a wind resistance like no other. It is important to note, however, that these features are often relative to the type of material used in the roofing.

Common Roofing Materials Used

Arry’s Roofing, one of the top residential and commercial roofing contractors in St. Petersburg, FL, examine the three most common flat/low slope roof materials, for your consideration:

This highly durable roof option has low maintenance and long lasting performance, making it an easy favorite among building owners and architects. It is also recyclable, which makes it environmentally friendly.

Arry’s Roofing specializes in metal roofing in Largo, FL, and its nearby areas. In fact, we have a full sheet metal shop with a highly skilled metal roofing crew that only installs metal roofing systems.

Many people relish the traditional look, texture, and color choices of tile. This material is available in rubber, concrete, and clay; all of which are extremely durable. They come in a wide array of color and design options, to suit the structure of flat/low sloped roofs.

Single-ply Systems
These include EPDM, TPO, and PVC membranes. They are widely popular for their energy saving qualities and high resistance to tears and other impacts. As one of the leading roofers in St. Petersburg, we have solid experience in using these materials for flat and low sloped roofing systems.

We also offer a full line up of roof coating systems to prolong their life spans and help make them more energy-efficient. Learn more about our products and services today by calling (727) 938-9565 or by filling out our request form. We will be happy to provide you with a free estimate on your roofing needs.