According to OSHA, a low slope roof is “a roof having a slope less than or equal to 4 in 12 (vertical to horizontal)”, or from 0 degrees to approximately 18.4 degrees.
There are a wide variety of roofing materials for your low slope roof, to include but not limited to, BUR (Build Up Roofs) Roof Systems, EPDM (Rubber Membrane Flat Roof) Roof Systems, Modified Bitumen Roof Systems, Metal Roof Systems, SPF (Spray Polyurethane Foam) Roof Systems, Acrylic and Silicone Roof Coating Systems, TPO (Thermoplastic Polyolefin) Roof Systems, and PVC (Polyvinyl Chloride) Roof Systems.
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According to OSHA, a steep slope roof is "a roof having a slope greater than 4 in 12 (vertical to horizontal)”, or from approximately 18.5 degrees on up to 45 degrees or more.
There are a wide variety of roofing materials for your steep slope roof, to include but not limited to, asphalt shingles (composition), clay and concrete tiles, metal roof systems, slate, and wood shakes and shingles.
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Seamless gutters are continuous gutters typically made from pre-finished aluminum, copper, or pre-finished steel. These gutters typically only have joints or miters at the corners or transitions, wherever they wrap around the roof. Typically, seamless gutters are roll formed off a truck mounted machine at the installation site, or pre-manufactured to size in the warehouse.
A leaf guard is a specialized component of a gutter system that prevents or discourages the accumulation of leaves or debris within the gutter system. There are several different makes and models of leaf guards and they all have specific functions. In some instances, the leaf guard will cover the entire top of the gutter system and allow only water to enter, due to a system of openings designed to stop leaves and debris. In other systems, the leaf guard is simply a surface that is raised up, just prior to the top opening of the gutter system, to catch the leaves and debris, prior to the waterfall effect of the water into the top of the gutters. Other leaf guards are simply screening that covers the top of the gutter. Periodic maintenance of all of the leaf guard systems is required to ensure that they remain functional and not obstructed.
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There are several components to a roof maintenance, to include but not limited to, roof inspections, roof repairs, debris removal, and gutters and downspouts cleaning. Your roof needs regular inspections and maintenance in order to help to keep your roof in good working condition. If you skip out on your routine roof maintenance, this will lead to your roof eventually exceeding its life expectancy sooner than expected, requiring repairs or replacement.
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