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Residential roofing refers to the materials and techniques used to cover the roof of a house or other residential building. The main purpose of a residential roof is to provide protection against the elements, such as rain, wind, and snow, and to prevent damage to the interior of the home. Residential roofing materials can include asphalt shingles, metal roofing, tile, slate, or other materials depending on the climate and architectural style of the building. The installation of a residential roof typically involves the use of sheathing, underlayment, and flashing to ensure proper waterproofing and ventilation. Proper maintenance and periodic inspections are necessary to ensure the longevity and integrity of the residential roof.
Commercial roofing is the process of installing, repairing, or replacing the roofs of commercial buildings, such as offices, warehouses, retail stores, and industrial facilities. The primary function of commercial roofing is to protect the building and its contents from weather-related damage, as well as to maintain a comfortable interior temperature. Commercial roofing materials can vary depending on the type of building and its location, but commonly include modified bitumen, built-up roofing, metal, and single-ply membranes. Commercial roofing contractors must also consider other factors such as safety, energy efficiency, and environmental regulations when installing or repairing a commercial roof. Regular maintenance and inspections are important to ensure that the commercial roof remains in good condition and meets safety standards.