Steep-Slope Roofing Systems

Steep-slope roofing systems consist of an array of roofing materials, including asphalt shingles, cedar shakes, concrete tile, clay tile, slate, synthetic shingles, metal shingles, and metal roofing panels. The selection and design of steep-slope roofing systems requires intensive knowledge of performance characteristics of different roofing systems, including weathering, roof drainage, ventilation, hail resistance, fire resistance, and snow retention, among other things.

BC&E has extensive experience in evaluating water leakage, condensation, and deterioration problems associated with steep-slope roofing systems, and BC&E has the expertise to develop repair solutions and design critical details including complex roof designs with unique and challenging features. BC&E routinely helps building owners obtain roofing systems that perform well in a wide variety of environments by developing appropriate recommendations for materials, systems, and details for existing buildings, and for new construction aimed at reducing the risk of future problems and enhancing long-term performance.

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