Low-slope roofing on homes is much more common than you may think. Many homes were designed and built with flat roofs, and many more have additions that utilize low-slope roofing. We are well versed in tying in your existing shingle roof with a low-slope roof on an addition or patio. We offer options that will lower cooling costs for your addition or entire home, and we will walk you through the process and help you accomplish your goals.
The Mule Hide EPDM Difference
Traditionally, single-ply roofing is one-size-does-it all. Yet more and more modular manufacturers and dealers are reaping the benefits of Mule-Hide Professional Roofing Systems custom sizes to fit modular structures or master rolls with modular industry sheet sizes. We also offer white on black EPDM that reflects the sunlight & cools the building interior - leading to lower BTU usage and energy costs. Use with Acrylic Water Base Bonding Adhesive - fast installation keeps factory lines moving. Fully-adhered application is required.
Time Proven Materials
Ridgeline Construction utilizes high-quality EPDM products from Mule Hide. As an industry standard, EPDM provides protection that has been proven for decades, and our installers are fully versed in every application. Call us to see how we can solve your low-slope roofing problems.
Tie-ins are Tricky:
The tie-in between a shingle roof and low-slope roof section is a very common leaking area. When you are roofing your home, never trust an inexperienced contractor to do this correctly. Our experienced roofers know exactly how this should be done, even on tricky installations. Call us today to learn more about our low-slope roofing options for your home.