Low-Slope ROOFING SERVICES IN GREATER HYDE PARK, POUGHKEEPSIE, RHINEBECK & ALL DUTCHESS COUNTY
The services of Lyndsey Roofing include installation and repairs of low-slope roofing by our expert team. It’s our honor to provide these services to Hyde Park, Poughkeepsie, and Rhinebeck.
When dealing with your roof, you don’t want just anyone working on such an important project. To ensure your roof is always in its best shape, we offer 5 to 30 year warranties on low-slope roofs. Additionally, our company is a GenFlex Licensed applicator.
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What lyndsey roofing offers for low-slope roofing
Our team only consists of passionate and expert workers. This way, you know you will get the most outstanding quality. When you see our work, you will know our dedication.
When giving you prices, we work around your budget. However large or small your budget is, we will find the low-slope roofing solutions that benefit you and fit in your budget.
Our company is one of the most highly rated in satisfaction. This is because we treat every roofing project with the care and precision as if it were our own roof. We dedicate ourselves to giving you results that are second to none that customers are beyond satisfied with.
Why choose lyndsey roofing for low-slope roofing?
Due to the incredible work we provide for our clients, we have received several awards including Home Advisor Top Rated Contractor and an Angie’s List approved contractor. Our team puts us at the top of industry because they are knowledgeable, hardworking, and dedicated. Let us take care of your low-slope roofing needs, so you and everyone else in your building will know they are under a quality roof installed by Lyndsey Roofing.
If you want to contact us, call us at 845-849-1641, or email email@example.com. Our website also has a contact page where you can fill out an inquiry. We look forward to hearing from you to address any questions, comments, or concerns you may have about low-slope roofing.
What is the Point of Low-Slope Roofs?
No matter what kind of building you have, no roof should be completely flat to allow it to drain. The solution is a low-slope roof, which is nearly flat but has a slope of less than 3-in-12, so for every horizontal foot, the roof level increases less than 3 inches vertically. Even though this roof is sloped, it cannot depend on gravity to drain the water so each low-slope roof must contain a watertight membrane across the whole surface to the edge. This way, there are no pools of standing water that could cause potential problems. Low-slope roofing is most often seen in transition sections of homes.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF LOW-SLOPE ROOFS
Built-Up Roofs: This type of low-slope roofing has a long history of outstanding performance. With this type of roofing, multiple layers of roofing felt are secured in place with hot asphalt or coal-tar pitch. This helps to “build-up” a membrane that is watertight, hence the name. However, keep in mind this roofing type may have some environmental concerns and crude oil prices may make it more costly.
Modified Bitumen: A modified bitumen type of low-slope roofing is definitely one of most favored roofing types. The construction used for roofing type allows it to have superior flexibility and strength. Modified bitumen roofs have a record of excellent performance, especially due to its exceptional waterproofing. When you choose this roofing type, you have a wide choice of application methods and top-surfacing.
Single Ply: Single ply roofs are built in a factory in a certain way so they can be installed as a single ply, making them more environmentally friendly. A major benefit of this type of roof is that they are usually white so they reflect heat and are energy efficient. Since single ply roofs are already manufactured together, the roof seams are extremely durable and have remarkable waterproofing abilities.
Structural Metal Panel Systems : There are two type of metal panel systems: structural and architectural. Structural metal panel systems are used for low-slope roofs because they are known for their strength and water-resistant properties. If you have a building that has large gaps between structural supports, this roofing type is ideal for you. It is typically seen in large factory buildings and is mechanically attached to roof support structures.