Commercial Roofing Services

Eckstein Roofing has decades of experience with applying and maintaining low slope roof systems. Eckstein Roofing in Cincinnati has been an approved applicators for most major roofing manufacturer's products;including EPDM, TPO and Modified Bitumen just to name a few.  You can find out more about each by selecting the specific system type you are looking for on the left-hand side of this page. Therefore, whether your low slope roof is simple in design or extremely complex, Eckstein Roofing has the experience and the technical expertise to make your roofing project a long-lasting success.

The term low slope roof refers to a roof which has a pitch of 3:12 (14 degrees) or less.   Low slope roofs are often times described as "flat" roofs.   Roofs of this type are found most commonly on commercial/industrial buildings but it is not uncommon to find low slope roofs on residential dwellings.

A low slope roof is usually comprised of four major components: the roof deck, the insulation, the roof membrane, and surfacing.   The low slope roof system is considered to be weatherproof where as a steep slope roof system is not weatherproof but water shedding.   This type of roof is a major component in any building and must be properly installed and maintained in order to provide the best possible results for the longest period of time.