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Residential vs. Commercial Flat Roof
Some people may think a roof is a roof. However, there is a difference between a residential roof and a commercial roof. Damage to either type of roof can be expensive and can lower the value of the property. Both also require the use of quality materials and proper installation by a professional roofing company. We understand that residential and commercial roofs are not created equally.
Roofing materials for residential and commercial roofs tend to vary depending on the type of roof, weather conditions and cost. Usually, a commercial roof has a flat slope and residential roofs tend to be steeper. It takes a professional roofing company to meet the demands for both.
Residential roofing tends to be fairly simple to install and create. Although some homes have solar shingles installed, the only obstacles tends to be a chimney. Roofing materials utilized for residential roofing include: composition shingles, clay tiles, slate, wood shingles, shakes, gutters and downspouts.
Commercial roof tends to have an entirely flat design and much larger than a typical residential roof. Flat roofs require more maintenance and involve repairs of larger spaces that are installed in sections. Roofing materials utilized for commercial roofing include: PVC, TPO, EPDM, roll asphalt, gutters and downspouts.