Single-ply membrane roofing systems are durable, flexible, easy to install and competitively priced. Single-ply membrane systems for low slope structures can be installed using materials such as EPDM, PVC and TPO.
EPDM is a synthetic rubber and is the most popular low slope single-ply roofing material. It can maintain its strength over time and is resistant to UV rays, hair and thermal shock.
PVC roofing systems are supple, durable and can stand up to weather, chemicals and pollutants. TPO roofing, a combination of plastic and rubber, is flexible, cost effective and comes in different thicknesses.
Hot Tar / Modified Bitumen Low Slope Roofing
Hot tar or 'built-up' roofing is comprised of alternating layers of rolled out fiberglass and hot asphalt. Modified bitumen is asphalt with some added materials to improve its performance. These roofing systems are long lasting, water resistant and easy to install.
Contact Quality Roofing Services at 800-233-2726 for more information about low slope roofing options.