LOW SLOPE ROOFING SYSTEMS
As you are looking to replace your home’s low slope roof, or make repairs to it, Rhino Roofing is your expert for residential roofing that you can count on for the job.
Your Residential Low Slope Experts
Low slope roofing is a flat or very low-pitched roof. common on larger homes or joining homes, such as condominiums, townhomes, row homes, carports, porches, and more. It is often used when covering a large amount of square footage, but can also be available for smaller footprints too.
Rhino Roofing offers a variety of low slope roofing options to put on your home or residential complex. These options are available to meet your budget, and your building’s overall needs.
Ensuring Proper Water Flow
One of the challenges with low slope roofing is ensuring proper water flow off of the roof when there is rain or snow. As your low slope expert, you can relax knowing our work will keep water and debris off your roof and moved away from the foundation of your home.
This is where interior inner drains play an important role. These drains are installed to bring in water that comes in and then directs it to the proper locations–and away from your home or property. 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. It accomplishes this by having water runoff the top of your roof and off of it on a metal edge, wall, or downspout.
We will make these proper installments to your roof to keep off any water that falls on your roof. In addition, we also ensure that there will not be any pooling of water or debris that can become problematic.
Proper Insulation and Ventilation
When it comes to managing your low slope roof, Rhino Roofing will ensure there is proper ventilation in the attic or highest level of your home. This means creating an airtight seal between that highest level or attic and your roof. By achieving this task, you will not have any airflow coming in that could lead to increased heating and cooling bills.
For some homes, especially older, the area may not have been properly insulated, creating this issue, in addition to water coming in through cracks–leading to the growth of mold, and other issues. Once properly insulated, we will ensure there is proper ventilation from your top level of your home as failure to do so could lead to water issues, and more.
It is important to let Rhino Roofing handle your low or flat roofing needs, whether repairing or replacing, to ensure your home is safe from mold and water damage, as well as increased energy bills each month.
If you are wondering if you need to repair or replace your low slope roof, for over 25 years, we have been helping homeowners and property owners in Colorado, Wyoming and South Dakota. You can rely on us to tell you when issues can be fixed, to help you save on your budget, or when it makes financial sense to install a new roof.
Our quality work is done quickly and efficiently, to ensure little disruption to you or your tenants day-to-day. Plus, we work with great partners and use the best materials to ensure your investment lasts for decades.