A modern looking roof that can easily include an additional story or a spacious attic. This roof is hard to miss with two different slopes, the topmost being shallower than the lower one. What are the pros and cons, and is it suitable for you?
SPF roofing is a great option for flat or low incline roofs. It boasts an impressive 50 year lifespan and is easy to maintain. In this article we have a step by step guide on how this roofing type is installed in 4 easy steps, starting from cleaning and finishing with the topcoat.
This roofing type is great for almost anyone with a flat or low incline roof however, it is usually used for industrial buildings. It boasts an impressive life-span and is fairly easy to install for anyone who has the know-how. Is this option a good choice for you?
A highly resistant roofing material that boasts a very long life-span, is easy to install, environmentally friendly, and very durable. In this article, I list all these pros and cons. I also cover the ways that you can protect yourself against these cons.
A gambrel roof that, with clever use of gambrel roof trusses, is a roof with two different angled slopes, a shallower slope above a steeper slope. This setup has great benefits that include, but are not limited to, the ease of installing them, that are discussed in this article.