While residential and commercial roofing systems share the same primary purpose of protecting a residence or property from various elements, that is where the similarities end. The biggest difference between the two is the slope of the roof, which is decided by the property’s size. Since residential properties are a lot smaller, they usually have steep-slope roofs that are visible from the ground.
They also use materials like asphalt shingles, slate, and architectural tiles. Given the commercial building’s bigger size, roofs on these properties tend to have slightly sloped or flat roofs that are not noticeable from the ground. Commercial roofs come in various ranges of materials that are pre-determined by the building’s structure, as well as other factors like extreme cold, intense heat, and other climatic conditions, or if surfaces need to withstand high human traffic.
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