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Low Slope Roofing The Right Way

Why would I need low slope roofing? Knowing which application is needed for a particular roof is important when you want your roof to last and perform the way it should. Although asphalt shingles can look beautiful, there is a point when they are no longer effective. Once you fall below a 3:12 pitch, a low slope product is your best option. At Hornbeck KangaRoof® in Kinsman, Ohio, we happen to be experts installing low slope roofing. Give us a call to find out which solution is best for you.

The Hornbeck KangaRoof® Difference

Justin Hornbeck of Hornbeck KangaRoof is a lifelong member of our community and built his company on hard work and values. Those values earned his company an A+ Rating with the BBB and reflected how our business is structured. For example, our Straight Forward Pricing Guide ensures you never get overcharged, and you always know how we came up with our estimate. Our guarantees ensure we remember you long after your check clears. We give you a copy, so you have everything upfront and in writing. Make the right decision, choose Hornbeck KangaRoof, you’ll see the difference.

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Hire A Roofing Expert That Stands Behind Their Work

You may find a roofer that will put shingles on your low slope roof, but you will wish you didn’t. A shingle roof on a low slope is susceptible to problems like wind lifting the shingles. Your main roof structure may use asphalt shingles, but putting shingles on a back porch, that is, for example, nearly flat, will cause problems. Water doesn’t run off the same way on a low slope, so freezing will cause shingles to lift and compromise your roof. Finding an expert that will recommend the right product and install it correctly is always the best choice. We have trained pros to make sure your roof is installed correctly and backed by our workmanship guarantee. Our team is so well trained we can install during the colder months as well.

Top Quality Roofing Materials Make Your Roof Last

Now that you’ve found your roofing expert, you want to make sure the materials live up to the installation. We only use materials we feel complement our workmanship guarantee. In other words, what good is guaranteeing our work if the product fails? So, you can be sure that we buy only high-quality products from our suppliers. Products that we would be comfortable using for our own homes. That’s what you get when you hire Hornbeck KangaRoof. Call us today!

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Low Slope FAQ

Do you offer free estimates?

Yes, we provide free estimates on all full installs.

Why use low slope instead of shingles?

The pitch of your roof determines the product used. If your roof has a 3/12 pitch or lower, the shingle manufacturer will not warranty them. So we use a non-fastener system, which is alow slope product called Mule Hide.

how many colors are there to choose from?

There are 11 different colors of Mule Hide to compliment your roof.

What is the warranty on low slope roofing?

The warranty varies, depending on the application. Typically you are covered from 10 years all the way up to 20 years.

Where We Serve

We’re happy to serve communities throughout northeast Ohio and northwestern Pennsylvania

These include;


We service the following areas in Ohio: Mahoning County, including Boardman, Canfield, Poland, Austintown, and Struthers. Trumbull County, including Warren, Niles, Cortland, Hubbard, Girard, Kinsman, and Lordstown. Ashtabula County, including Ashtabula, Conneaut, and Geneva. Columbiana County, including Salem, Columbiana, Calcutta, and East Palestine. Lorain County, including Avon and Avon Lake. Portage County, including Aurora and Kent. Summit County, including Twinsburg, Macedonia, Stow, and Hudson. Cuyahoga County, including Solon and Chagrin Falls.


We service the following areas in Pennsylvania: Mercer County, including Hermitage, Sharon, West Middlesex, Freedonia, Greenville, Sandy Lake, and Farrell. Crawford County, including Meadville, Conneaut Lake, Cochranton, and Sadsbury Township. Lawrence County, including New Castle, New Wilmington, and Volant.