Specializing in Residential Low-Slope Roofs
Your Professional Roofer is a master of all types of residential roofing, including low-slope systems. We work with thermoplastic olefin (TPO), modified bitumen, elastomeric coatings and many more. Our team never stops learning new ways to deliver the best possible service and solution for your project. It does not matter if it is a spot repair, a long-term maintenance agreement or a full roof replacement – Your Professional Roofer is the company to call for all your residential roofing needs.
Low-Slope Roofing Materials
TPO: TPO was created to be a better alternative to ethylene propylene diene terpolymer (EPDM). It’s also cheaper than another major product, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), but will look similar to PVC when installed. We install this system by using a hot air welder. This will produce a waterproof bond at the seams, reducing the risk of water damage.
Modified Bitumen: Modified bitumen is one of the most common options for low-slope residential roofing. This roofing system is made by combining asphalt and either plastic or rubber polymers, which produces a hard roofing surface that still has superior ultraviolet (UV) resistance and is extremely flexible. Modified bitumen roofing is applied in layers, with the number of layers affecting the overall lifespan of the roofing system. We can apply it using either a self-adhering product or cold-applied adhesive, both of which add a waterproofing barrier.
Elastomeric Coatings: Think of elastomeric coating as a spray-applied liquid that dries to become a monolithic waterproof membrane. It is used primarily as a sacrificial barrier on already-sound roofs, but may be applied to various damaged substrates after proper repair to prolong the life of the roof for up to 10 years.
Talk to Us About Your Needs Today
When you need a low-slope residential roofing expert, contact the trained professionals at Your Professional Roofer. Call us at (636) 866-5660 or you can fill out our online form. We offer free estimates.