A roof that is slightly pitched or nearly flat is called a low-slope roof. No roof should be "flat" - though they may appear that way to you from the ground; every roof should have an intentional slight slope for drainage. Problems are common and more difficult to diagnose with low slope roofing because often times the leak area is not directly located where the water is appearing in a building. Your low slope roof should have NO areas of standing water. Standing water can be caused by sagging roof decking or improper drainage planning.
Lon Smith Commercial Roofing has been fixing and installing low slope roofing for decades. We've seen a lot of interesting issues! Old buildings, new construction, retro-fit, you name it, when it comes to low slope roofing, we've done it...And with outstanding results. We have very strong relationships with all the best commercial roof manufacturers. This provides you with unparalleled quality and guarantees.
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