Low Slope Residential
Low Slope Roofing
If you’re considering replacing or repairing your low slope roof, look no further than Rhino Roofing. We are the trusted experts for the job.
Low Slope Roofing for Residential
Low-slope roofing, also known as flat roofing, is more commonly associated with commercial and industrial buildings, but it can also be used in certain residential applications with key benefits:
Outdoor Living Space
Flat roofs can be used as outdoor living spaces, such as rooftop gardens, patios, or terraces. This can expand usable space for recreational activities or gardening.
Low-slope roofs can be designed with reflective materials or coatings, helping to reduce heat absorption and energy costs associated with cooling the home.
Low-slope roofs are often simpler and more cost-effective to construct than steep-slope roofs. The materials used, such as membrane roofing, can be relatively affordable, and installation may be quicker.
Longevity and Durability
Low Slope Water Flow
Proper drainage is arguably the most important consideration when implementing a low slope roof.
When choosing Rhino Roofing to repair or install a new low slope roof on your home, our roofing specialists will make sure there is proper water flow that will not lead to any issues to the inside of the building. This is done through proper gutters and inner drains, in addition to overflow or scupper drains.
We will ensure that the roof is designed with an adequate slope to facilitate water drainage. A proper slope is essential for directing water toward designated drainage points and preventing ponding.
This is where interior inner drains play an important role. These drains are installed to bring in water that gets in and then direct it to the proper locations–and away from your home. Scuppers are openings along the roof that are also used to assist with draining water. They help water to flow along the side of the low slope roof to keep it from pooling in one place. Scuppers accomplish this by directing water off the top of your roof and onto a metal edge, wall, or downspout.
We offer regular inspections and maintenance to identify and address drainage issues promptly. At Rhino, we’ll help keep your drains and gutters clear of debris to prevent clogs and ensure the continuous flow of water off the roof.
Experts Of Installation
If you’re unsure whether your low-slope roof requires repair or replacement, rest assured that we’re here to guide you. We’ll provide recommendations on whether issues can be addressed with repairs or necessitate a replacement, all while keeping your budget and timeline in mind.
Our quality work is done quickly and efficiently, to ensure little disruption to your home. Plus, we work with great partners and use the best materials to ensure your investment lasts for decades.