Flat and Low Slope Roofing
Flat and low slope roof systems are defined by the National Roofing Contractors Association (LINK) as any roof sloped less than 3” in 12” or roughly 14 degrees. Unlike shingle roofs that work in conjunction with the slope of a roof to provide a water shedding system flat and low slope roof systems must be entirely waterproof. Due to the lack of slope and drainage concerns, choosing the right material for your commercial or residential structure can be challenging. Flat roofs must be sealed at every seam and penetration to function as intended and must be carefully and thoughtfully installed. RS Meridian can provide several options and recommendations so you can make the right choice for your home or business.