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What Is The Minimum Slope For A Commercial Roof?

What Is The Minimum Slope For A Commercial Roof

The minimum Slope for a commercial roof may vary based on factors like roofing material, local codes, and building design…

  1. Flat Roofs – Require a minimum slope of 1/4 inch per foot for water drainage.
  2. Sloped Roofs – Typically need slopes of 2:12 to 4:12 for effective water shedding.

Consult a professional to determine the appropriate slope for your commercial roof.


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