Single-ply roofing systems are widely used for commercial buildings. Nowadays, they are also used in residential properties with flat roofs. While known for their cost efficiency and excellent performance under extreme weather conditions, single-ply roofs can still succumb to wear and tear over time.
Although asphalt roofing remains the most popular choice for many homeowners, people are increasingly looking into alternative options. At Earl W. Johnston Roofing, we offer a range of viable roofing materials in addition to asphalt shingles. More on them below.
Looking for a new roof? Which flat roofing options will work best for your home? Check out what’s available in this short but helpful infographic.
Flat roofs are made of an under layer and a top coat. This coating can be polyvinyl chloride or PVC-like synthetic coating, asphalt, or modified bitumen. They are common in warmer climates like Florida, as most cannot withstand the weight of snow build-up. In the past, you would only see them on commercial buildings but […]