Owners of homes with flat or nearly flat roofs used to be limited to hot tar as their only choice of roofing material
While hot tar (torchdown) is still an economical option, new technology, such as single-ply membrane roofing, provides even more durability, longer warranties and choice of color and textures.
Your roof is probably the most critical system protecting your home from the elements. At Jorve, we offer a complete array of flat roofing solutions and are one of the industry leaders for Seattle flat roofing and the unique needs of flat roofs in the Northwest. Click your cursor on the illustrations above to learn more about the advantages of each material.
Flat roofs offer unique aesthetic and new opportunities for utilizing roof-top spaces. Traditional homes often have sections of flat roof-over shed dormers, above porches and garages, and on balconies.
With the advance in quality of roofing materials, flat roofs can be a good option for homes in the Seattle, Puget Sound area. Many benefits come from the installation of a flat roof system. Flat roofing is an efficient use of available space, creating a second floor or eliminating attic space. Flat roof installation consists of putting down multiple layers of water resistant materials. Interestingly, flat roofs are not completely flat: they are angled to direct water to gutters and downspouts.
Flat roofs require the finest manufacturer products and Jorve utilizes GAF EverGuard PVC and IB systems to ensure success in your flat roof application. Further, these systems are the most complicated of roofing and require an advanced knowledge of roofing to avoid failure and leaks. Jorve has a team assembled specifically for this type of work, using the finest products such as GAF Everguard PVC and IB flat roofing systems.
Jorve Roofing specializes in providing quality flat roofing for repair work, flat roof restorations and new flat roof construction while proudly serving the Seattle, Bellevue, Issaquah, and Bothell areas. You’ll want to talk to a Jorve expert to determine the best choice for your home and budget. Click here for a free 20-point roof inspection.