Steep Slope Roofing

Commercial Steep Slope Roofing Experts

Commercial steep slope roofs are typically roofs that have slopes of 3:12 or greater. The steeper the roof, the higher the difficulty of installation and repairs. Steeper slope roofs will likely require staging to ensure our crew’s safety and to ensure that the materials needed for the repairs don’t slide during construction. 


Steep slope roofs are available in a variety of coverings including asphalt shingle, slate (synthetic or natural), tile (clay, concrete, or terracotta), wood shakes, and metal panels (standing or flat seam). Because steep slope roofs are often highly visible, they can provide personality and character to your building. Richard L. Sensenig Co. offers a wide variety of options to meet your aesthetic, functional, and budgetary needs.

Advantages of a Steep Slope Roof

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Efficient Attic Ventilation

Steep slope roofs with properly designed ventilation systems, complete with ridge and soffit vents, allow efficient ventilation in the attic, which means you'll be able to keep warm moist air out of the attic. This will prevent damage to your roofing structure and insulation.

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Regular inspections and gutter cleaning will extend a steep slope roof's life. Ask us about our annual roof inspection service.



“Outstanding workmanship and professionalism. They completed the job on time and under budget. I will certainly have the Richard L Sensenig company do any future repairs and construction for me. Thank you.”



With a focus on quality, we have received 20 consecutive Master Contractor Awards from Firestone Building Products, received multiple Excellence in Single Ply, and Perfection Awards from Carlisle Syntec, and are a member of their Perfection Council. That’s why when you choose Richard L. Sensenig Company, you can trust the job is done right, on schedule, and at a reasonable price.

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