Low-Slope Roofing: The Preferred Covering for Buildings

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It is easy to understand why low slope metal roofs are among the favorite roof coverings for many commercial and industrial buildings. Apart from their ability to protect the structure from the elements, these roofs also allow the water to drain easily, keeping the building contents and occupants comfortable. Sloping metal roof are also less likely to degrade compared to organic roofing materials, which eventually results in low operating costs but longer lifespan.

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Low-Slope Roofing: The Preferred Covering for Buildings

  1. 1. Low-Slope Roofing: The Preferred Covering for Buildings Collins Roofing, Inc 3 E State St Lehi, UT 84043 (801)341-8071
  2. 2. It is easy to understand why low slope metal roofs are among the favorite roof coverings for many commercial and industrial buildings. Apart from their ability to protect the structure from the elements, these roofs also allow the water to drain easily, keeping the building contents and occupants comfortable. Sloping metal roof are also less likely to degrade compared to organic roofing materials, which eventually results in low operating costs but longer lifespan. Excellent Strength As the roof is known for its reliability and durability, many roofing companies offer up to 40-year warranties on the product. Low slope metal roof’s low maintenance requirement, furthermore, put an appealing life cycle cost track. In fact, they have longer expected service life than single ply roofs or built-up roofing.
  3. 3. The Green Option Low-slope metal roofing is also environmental friendly because of its high recycled content. A typical metal roof has at least 25 percent recycled material, and is 100 percent recyclable at the end of its life. Cool metal roofing, furthermore, can lower a building’s long-term power use. The use of metal coatings can reduce energy costs by up to 40 percent, according to a study. A Lightweight Material Another great thing about metal roofing is that places a much less demand on a property’s support system. Low slope metal roofs are one of the lightest roofing products available, and among the easiest to install. The materials have active fastening system and can withstand wind and uplift tests. Color and Profile Options Low slope roofing products are also available in a wide variety of colors, profiles, and textures. They may also come with quality metallic coatings to improve performance and ensure longer life. Metal roofs give architects, builders, designers, and owners several design possibilities without compromising performance and durability. For those who want a durable, low-maintenance, and eco-friendly roofing material, low slope metal roof is an ideal choice. Its recyclability, sustainability, and resistance to strong winds make it the best choice for protecting occupants and building components, keeping them dry and comfortable.
  4. 4. Resources: http://collinsroofinginc.com http://www.everybodyneedsaroof.com/metal-panel-roof-systems-for-low- slope-applications#material http://www.metalroofing.com/v2/content/guide/types/

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