Mississippi homeowners need to be aware of the different roofing options available to them. One option that is gaining in popularity is low-slope roofing. If you are considering installing a low-slope roof on your home, Cox Roofing can help. We are experienced in installing all types of low-slope roofs and can provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision. Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about low-slope roofing!
Everything You Need to Know About Low-Slope Roofing
What is Low-Slope Roofing?
Low-slope roofing is a type of roofing that is installed on a slope that is less than 3 inches per foot. This type of roofing is typically used on commercial and industrial buildings and on some types of residential structures. Contact Cox Roofing today to learn more about our low-slope roofing services.
The Benefits in Mississippi
Low-slope roofing is ideal for areas that experience high winds, as it helps to reduce wind uplift. It is also fire resistant and can help to reflect heat, keeping your home cooler in the summer months. In addition, low-slope roofing is less likely to leak than other types of roofs, making it an excellent choice for homes in Mississippi.
Materials and Construction
The Cox Roofing team has experience working with a variety of low-slope roofing materials, including single-ply membranes, metal panels, and asphalt shingles. Our product line includes a variety of energy-efficient, high-performance roofing systems that are designed to withstand the rigors of the elements. We will work with you to select the best type of roofing for your building, based on your budget and your specific needs.
Installation and Lifespan
Our experienced team understands the unique challenges associated with low-slope roofs, and we are committed to providing the highest quality products and services available. In addition to installing new roofs, Cox Roofing also offers repair and maintenance services for existing low-slope roofs. Whether you need a new roof or simply want to extend the life of your current roof, you can expect Cox's low-slope roofing systems to last you 25-30 years or more!
If you are a Mississippi homeowner and are interested in installing a low-slope roof on your home, please reach out to us today. We would be happy to provide you with more information about this type of roofing and answer any questions you may have. At Cox Roofing, we are experienced in installing low-slope roofs and can help make the process as smooth and stress-free as possible for you. Contact us today to get started!