Low-Slope Systems

A low-slope roof is a slightly pitched or nearly flat roof. No roof should be flat; every roof should have some type of pitch for drainage.

Bi-annual maintenance on a low-slope roof can extend the roofing systems life and integrity. Roof owners should:

  • Check seams and chocking for holes,
  • Remove leaves and debris from roof and drains, and
  • Power wash white roofing systems to increase reflectivity.

Duro-Last Roofing System

LTJ Roofing recommends the Duro-Last Roofing System for low-slope roofs.

The Duro-Last Roofing System is a prefabricated single-ply roofing system. The highly-reflective white membrane delivers real energy cost savings for building owners and managers. Extremely durable and easily installed without disruption to daily operations, the Duro-Last Roofing System is also leak-proof, resistant to high winds, and virtually maintenance-free.

To learn more about the Duro-Last Roofing System check out their website or call LTJ Roofing at (817) 602-9797 for more information.


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