A low-slope roof on homes is much more common than you may think. Many homes were designed and built with flat roofs, and many more have additions that utilize low-slope roofing. We are well versed in tying in your existing shingle roof with a low-slope roof on an addition or patio. We offer options that will lower cooling costs for your addition or entire home, and we will walk you through the process and help you accomplish your goals.
A cool roof system for your residential low-slope roof will help you cut cooling costs by reflecting the sun's damaging rays back away from the structure. Dark colors absorb heat and transmit it through to the interior of your home, while lighter colors will reflect them back away. We offer many options that will compliment your home and keep your family cool and dry.
The tie-in between a shingle roof and low-slope roof section is a very common leaking area. When you are roofing your home, never trust an inexperienced contractor to do this correctly. Our experienced roofers know exactly how this should be done, even on tricky installations. Call us today to learn more about our low-slope roofing options for your home.