Flat or low slope roofs are just what the name implies. They are roofs that are nearly flat and typically have just enough slope or pitch to allow for drainage. The National Roofing Contractors Association defines a low-slope roof as one that has a slope of 3-in-12 inches or less. This means that for every 12 horizontal inches, the roof drops vertically 3 inches.
Flat roofs are commonly found on larger commercial building roofs where HVAC and other systems may be installed on the roof top.
Obviously with flat roofs, water proofing is very important which is why we offer a variety of highly rated commercial options including ENERGY STAR® roofs.
Check out our commercial roofing page for more information on specific commercial products available.
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