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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 article "3 Types of Low-Slope Roofs and the Benefits of Each" on the Belanger Engineering blog discusses three different types of low-slope roofs commonly used in building construction. The article explains the characteristics, advantages, and considerations for each type: built-up roofs (BUR), modified bitumen roofs, and single-ply roofs. It highlights the benefits of durability, cost-effectiveness, and energy efficiency associated with each type of roof, helping readers make informed decisions when choosing a low-slope roof for their building.


Low-slope roofs, Building systems, Engineering, Belanger Engineering, Roofing types, Built-up roofs (BUR), Modified bitumen roofs, Single-ply roofs, Roofing materials, Roof characteristics, Durability, Cost-effectiveness, Energy efficiency, Building construction, Roof selection, Benefits, Considerations, Roofing decisions, Building maintenance, Roofing solutions.

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Belanger Engineering

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