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Complete Commercial Roofing Servicefor Low-Slope Roofs

A building’s roof covers everything that’s important to the business—including the structure, its contents and its people. Your choice of low-slope roofing contractor will determine not only how long that roof lasts, but the entire repair, replacement or new construction experience.

Although common for commercial buildings, low-slope roofs do require specialty products, installation, maintenance, repair methods…and we have the expertise necessary for completing projects on time and with a superior level of workmanship.

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Are You a General Contractor in Need of Low-Slope Roofing Service?

As a general contractor, you have specific concerns about every project—with quality work and timely completion being at the top of that list. Every job is an opportunity to raise your reputation with your customers, and we take the responsibility of upholding that very seriously.

Are You a Building Owner or Manager in Need of Low-Slope Roofing Service?

As a commercial or industrial building owner or manager, your choice of a roofing contractor matters. The integrity of the structure, the safety of your employees and visitors, as well as the protection of its contents, depend on the quality of your roof’s materials and installation.

Low-Slope Roofs are a Commercial Roofing Specialty

When it comes to the new construction, maintenance, inspection, repair or replacement of low-slope roofs, you’ll need a roofing contractor with specific skills. Our low-slope roof experts are equipped to manage all the challenges that come along with this roofing specialty.

When you hire us, you can rest assured that the roofing portion of your building project will run smoothly, on time and with the highest standards in the industry.


The unique challenges presented by low-slope roofs include wind, pooling water, UV rays, expansion and contraction, plus freezing and thawing—particularly in our service area of PA, MD, DE, NJ and NY.

Membrane roofing systems for low-slope roofs offer superior waterproofing. There are a number of options, including black rubber (EPDM) and reflective white (TPO, PVC). We’ll walk you through the material recommendation and selection process.

We also install metal low-slope roofs in both standing-seam and screw-down. If a metal roof is your best option, we’ll work with you to choose the right material for your new roof, depending on how much expansion and contraction is expected.

No matter the type of roofing materials we recommend for your commercial application, you can be assured that they will be installed to the highest standards, for maximum life and optimum performance.


OSHA defines a low-slope roof as one with a pitch of less than 4/12 (that’s 4” of fall for every horizontal 12”). The safety requirements aren’t as rigid as with steep-slope roofs, but still include things like guardrails and personal arrest systems for fall prevention.

Our roofing professionals adhere to, and are certified in, OSHA-required safety practices. This is so we can maintain our good safety record, but there’s more. We care about our workers, as well as those of other contractors on the site. We also take responsibility for the safety of your visitors and employees.


Low-slope roofs require regular inspection and maintenance—not only to prevent leaks before they start, but to extend the overall life of your roof.

We recommend that inspections be conducted twice yearly—in the fall and spring.

A certified commercial roofing inspector will check for issues like…

  • wet insulation
  • breaches in the roof’s surface
  • rust
  • galvanic action
  • water damage

In addition to low-slope roof inspections, maintenance should include things like…

  • elimination of water ponding
  • diagnosis and correction of blisters
  • repair or replacement of cracked areas
  • tightening of loose fasteners and roofing materials
  • removal of debris

The Future of Your Low-Slope Roof Depends on the Contractor You Choose

Proper construction and installation, along with the best materials for your application, are just the beginning of choosing a low-slope roof contractor. You’ll also want to consider their experience, certifications and reputation.

Our commercial roofing experts are ready to talk about your low-slope roof project and how we can help. Contact us today for a roof inspection, insurance estimate or a quote for repair, replacement or new construction!

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