A Full Selection of Flat & Low Slope Roofing Options for Oklahoma City
Having a flat and low-sloped roof always means special considerations must be made which are not required for pitched roofs. The angle (lack of one) on these types of roofs, means they will not shed water as a pitched roof will. Due to these issues, flat and low-sloping roofs take on water, which over time will add up to crippling wear and tear. This means the type of roofing materials chosen for a flat or low slope 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.