There are a few options when deciding on what type of roofing you want for your low-sloped roof project. California
requires that buildings being roofed comply with Title 24. Title 24
refers to energy efficiency standards that were established in 1978 to reduce California's energy consumption.
Harbert Roofing technicians are qualified to install:
- PVC and TPO single ply membrane
- Built up roofing (BUR)
- Cold adhesive roofing
- EPDM roofing
- Metal roofing
Single ply and built-up roofing are really the only two types of roofs that will meet California's Title 24. Both of them are equivalent
in price when meeting Title 24 requirements. Metal roofing is another option if you have a low-sloped roof. Metal offers great aesthetics when
applied in a high visibility location.
Each type of roofing application is available with warranties. Single ply membrane warranties can be
10, 15, and 20 years with a manufacturer's No-Dollar-Limit warranty.
Call Harbert Roofing today to set up an appointment with an estimator who will help you choose the right roofing system for your project.