The most commonly used roofing material on the market today is asphalt shingles. But there are certain situations or areas where shingles shouldn’t be installed.
How long will your flat roof last? The lifespan of a flat roof is the return you get after investing your hard-earned money. More importantly, it also tells you when you'll have to replace it in the future before a leak shows up.
Membrane roofing is a popular choice for commercial properties. However, it’s also popular for the flat or low slope roof areas on residential homes.
The lifespan of your flat roof is the return you get after investing your hard-earned money. Not only that, but the lifespan also tells you when you’ll have to replace it in the future.
PVC roofing has been around a long time in the roofing industry, but it’s mainly used on commercial projects. While it may be popular for commercial buildings, it does have its place in residential roofing.
Asphalt shingles are the most commonly used roofing material in the country. But there are certain situations where they can’t be installed.
Choosing the material for your flat roof replacement is an important decision. Because it’s so important you want to be sure you’re making the right choice.
If it’s time to replace your flat roof, your biggest concern is probably how much it will cost you. Unfortunately, it’s hard to find anything cost-related because the roofing industry doesn’t like to talk about it.
If you have a screened-in porch with a low slope roof or a flat roof facet anywhere, you’re going to need something different than asphalt shingles. Even if you get an entire asphalt roof replacement, that specific low slope area has to have a membrane or metal roof installed over it.