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3 Types of Low-Slope Roofs and the Benefits of Each

Belanger Engineering
Publication date:
April 14, 2023
Article Summary: 

The blog post discusses three types of low-slope roofs: built-up roofs (BUR), modified bitumen roofs, and single-ply membrane roofs. It highlights their benefits, such as durability, resistance to weathering, and ease of maintenance. These roofs offer design versatility and cost-effectiveness while providing effective waterproofing and protection against UV radiation.
By understanding the characteristics and advantages of each type of low-slope roof, building owners and professionals can make informed decisions about the most suitable roofing system for their specific needs.


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Belanger Engineering
3 Types of Low-Slope Roofs and the Benefits of Each
April 14, 2023
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