Flat roofs aren’t architecturally logical, as rain and snow will shed much more quickly off a sloped roof. Yet for historic Modern-style buildings, flat roofs are at the core of the architecture, meant to reflect the broad horizontal lines of the natural landscape. Of course, you don’t need to live in a modern house to deal with a flat roof. Traditional homes often have sections of flat roof—over shed dormers, above porches and garages, and on balconies. And their horizontal lines abound in the West and in urban areas. But flat roofs take a pounding from harsh weather, which is why they rarely last as long as a good sloped roof. Fortunately, modern materials for covering flat roofs have improved considerably over the past two decades
Residential Flat Roof are a little on the rare side, so it’s not that easy to find someone to work on them who knows what they’re doing. We have put together a list of things to look for in your Residential Flat Roof Company.
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