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Although insulation plays a key role in keeping the commercial roof healthy and secure, so does ventilation. Unfortunately, most property owners see ventilation as a secondary thing, which means most commercial roofs aren’t properly ventilated.

To the untrained eye, the roof above a house and a business don’t differ too much, but in truth, their differences range from service life spans to the materials used in construction. In this post, your local experts at Universal Roof & Contracting discuss the differences between residential and commercial roofs.

In the more commercial side of the city, you may notice that most buildings would prefer to use a flat roof instead of the traditional pitched design we are used to in residential properties. If you ask your local commercial roofing contractor, they would tell you about the different benefits of having a flat roof, which may even help you decide to have it on your own property.