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Shifts in demand for low-slope roofing can vary from year to year, determined by a number of factors – primarily related to building construction activity. These factors include: interest rates, the number and types of commercial buildings erected or repaired in any given year and roofing materials originally installed in the US.
Low-slope roofing is defined as those roofs that have slopes of less than 3:12 (i.e., for every 12 horizontal inches, the roof will rise in elevation 3 inches or less). A number of materials can be considered low-slope products.
Demand for low-slope roofing is forecast to decline nearly 1.0% per year to 78 million squares (valued at $6.5 billion) in 2026.
In 2021, the leading low slope roofing companies included Carlisle, Johns Manville, Elevate (formerly Firestone Building Products), and GAF Materials.