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What are the major differences between a low slope roof and a steep roof?

A low-slope roof has a slope less than 25%. A low-slope roof has a deck that supports the roof, thermal insulation, a vapor retarder, drainage components, and flashings. A steep slope roof has a pitch of 25% or greater.

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