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Low Slope Roofs

Many commercial buildings utilize low-slope roofs or “flat roofs” in their design. A low-slope roof is defined as a roof that has a slope of less than 3-in-12. This means that for every horizontal foot, the roof level increases less than 3 inches vertically.

“Flat” roofs are not necessarily truly flat. They must have some slope to them to allow water to drain from the roof’s surface. They are typically made of a material that allows water to run off of them easily and prevents standing water from developing.

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Example of Low Slope Roofs for Commercial Roofing

Wolcott Roofing offers several different types of low slope roofing systems for commercial buildings including:

Call a Commercial Roofing Expert Today

Choosing the right low-slope roof for your business is key to keeping your property looking sharp and your assets protected. Contact Warsaw’s commercial roofing experts with Wolcott roofing to get excellent recommendations and professional installation or restoration for your commercial property.

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