A Full Selection of Flat & Low Slope Roofing Options for Nashville
Having a flat and low-sloped roofs means special considerations must be made that pitched roofs do not require. The angle (lack of one) on these types of roofs, means they do not shed water as a pitched roof will. Due to this angle issue, flat and low-sloping roofs take on more water adding up to wear over time. So, the type of roofing materials chosen for this type of roof must be able to withstand an excess of standing water. Some of the most common types of flat/low-slope roofing materials include single layer membrane, modified bitumen, and built-up roof materials.