Low Slope Roofing in Clackamas County
Experienced Low Slope Roofing Team in Marion County
When you picture the roof of a building, what may come to mind is the classic, sloped roof covered with shingles or clay tiles. However, there are many reasons why homeowners and business owners alike are turning away from traditional slope roofs and replacing them with low sloped roofs instead. To gain the amazing durability, security, and affordability of low slope roofing, simply reach out to Storm Roof LLC.
Contact us now at (503) 447-7790 to schedule your estimate with a licensed installer today.
Discover the Power of Using Cutting-Edge Materials for Your Roof
One of the reasons that low sloped roofs have become so popular is the fact that new advances have been made in roofing technology that have made this material superior to others. Low slope materials have become more secure than ever before, able to sustain a beating from all types of weather conditions. Thermoplastic single ply is an especially strong and reliable choice and while its name may be a mouthful, this superior membrane has become the favorite of industries and businesses all over Marion County.
Common materials our customers often choose are:
- Polyvinyl-chloride, or PVC – This kind of membrane can be so durable on account of its excellent reinforced membrane, which gets tightly welded by extremely hot air or at least 360°. You can trust PVC to not only have a powerful strength and longevity but a perfect balance of dimensional flexibility and stability.
- Thermoplastic-polyolefin, or TPO – Although the use of this membrane is still relatively recent in comparison to that of PVC, it has become extremely popular. Similar to PVC, it also uses hot air welding, but it does not require as high of a temperature for the process, ranging between 200° and 600°. TPO is not only becoming more widespread for its efficiency and more rapid speed of installation, but also because of its affordability.
The Benefits of Single-Ply Roofing Material
No matter which option of roofing material you choose, you can be confident that both PVC and TPO have produced excellent results as single-ply options. These roofing materials can withstand sharp punctures and hard blows from intense winds, rain, hail, and even snow. They are also quite effective at protecting your property from any chemical spills, smoke pollution, or even UV light.
Best of all, these systems are an excellent investment in the short run as well as the long term. Low slope roofs are often less expensive and time-consuming to install. However, because of the advances made to single-ply materials, they are also superior in terms of energy efficiency, which will put less pressure on your HVAC systems. To watch your utility bills quickly start diminishing, just speak to our team at Storm Roof LLC.
Call our team today at (503) 447-7790 or speak to us online if you have any questions regarding low slope roofing in Clackamas County.
Serving Customers Since 1999
Backed by a 10 Year Written Workmanship Warranty
Lifetime Material Warranty Will Be Provided
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