Flat Roofing

While flat roofs usually aren’t considered the most aesthetically pleasing option out there, they certainly offer some distinct advantages over pitched roofs. Even though the term “flat” is used when referring to this type of roof, there is actually a slight slope. This necessary feature ensures there is water runoff and prevents water from pooling everywhere (though it’s unfortunately not a foolproof method).

Most common types of flat roofs:
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Residential vs. Commercial

Flat roofs aren’t as common when it comes to homes, as pitched roofs made with singles, metal, and tile are much more appealing. This is also not to mention traditional pitched roofs are able to be personalized to the homeowner’s style preferences with flexibility on colors and textures. Flat roofs can look good but are nowhere near as customizable.

Flat roofs are much more common and expected in commercial roofing applications, as pitched roofs are more impractical and more difficult to maintain on large buildings vs. a home. Flat roofs are also used frequently for mobile homes.

Flat Roof Pros and Cons

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Hiring a Licensed Roofing Contractor

Only an experienced roofer knows the special considerations that need to be looked at when working with flat roof materials. Standing Lites has been in the business for 20+ years and only employs highly skilled experts to handle your job. Your investment is safe with us.

Our highly-trained team will come out to analyze the condition of your roof and take note of any particular issues. If yours is starting to wear out, we will consult with you on the best repair and replacement solutions available to you. We only use the best quality materials in the industry, ensuring your home or building in Beaumont, Lake Charles, and beyond is taken care of.

Standing Lites delivers sincere, dependable service with every interaction. Call us today for a free, zero-risk estimate, and we will carefully handle your flat roof repairs or replacement promptly.

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