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Need For Good Roofing

Need For Good Roofing

In the process of building a new home, a lot of people seem to neglect or underestimate good roofing, considering it simply as something that provides covering and shelter to the house. There are, however, many other benefits provided by a good roof, some of which we have listed below:

1: PROTECTION FROM WEATHER:

One of the biggest advantages provided by good roofing is protection from extreme weather conditions. Good quality roofs will withstand even the harshest winters, rainfall, high winds and hail, providing you with a blanket of protection. A poor quality roof can collapse in a situation of harsh weather and leave you susceptible to a lot of damage.

2: ENERGY EFFICIENCY:

Energy efficiency is another benefit provided by a good roof. A top-notch roof will have good insulation and a proper ventilation system which in turn will help keep the temperature moderate and comfortable in your homes and cut down on any extra energy costs.Today green roofs have become very popular because of their potential of improving water quality by the management of stormwater. They also contribute to energy conservation, reduce air or noise pollution and provide good protection against ultraviolet radiation.

3: BEAUTY:

A good roof adds to the overall appeal of your home. A roof that’s visually beautiful can do wonders for a house that is otherwise simple and toned down. Thus, when investing in a roof, make sure to go for one that is both functional and appealing to look at.

4: INCREASES HOME VALUE:

A good roof, that has been well maintained and is a visual treat, can enhance your home’s curb appeal, which in turn translates to higher home value. If your roof looks like it has suffered a good degree of wear and tear, is full of moss or algae, it sends the message that your home has not been taken care of. This will drive away potential buyers and lead to lower prices when you try to sell your home.

5: EXTRA SPACE:

Many types of roofing provide extra living space for the home in the form of attics, storage areas etc. You can even convert this extra space into an additional room or a roof side garden that you can grow your own vegetables in. Some roofs are also placed in a way that allows you to make additions to the house in the future as well.

A roof is thus the most important component of your house and is significant to forming its foundation. With good maintenance, it protects your overall investment in your home and adds to its appeal. It saves money on heating and cooling and contributes towards energy conservation. It is overall, what keeps a house together and in its absence, the entire construction can come crumbling down.

Different Roofing Styles

Different Roofing Styles

Choosing the roofing for your new house is actually a difficult and important decision because roofs do more than just provide shelter for your home. They can define the entire look and style of your home, provide additional living space and make your home more energy efficient.
In this article, we have listed out 5 such different styles of roofing.

1: THE GABLE ROOF:

The term ‘gable’ refers to the triangular shape that is formed when two areas of your roof meet. Also known as a pitched roof or peaked roof, a Gable roof is similar to a roof on a traditional dog house.
The gable roof is a contractor favourite roof because it just involves covering two flat surfaces, and thus any material can be used. These roofs are cheap to build, shed water and snow easily and provide space for an attic.
Gable roofs are however problematic during hurricanes and In extreme weather, for they can collapse if not properly constructed. High winds can also cause the materials to peel away entirely from these roofs.

2: HIPPED ROOF:

A hipped roof has slopes on four sides and in other words, is defined as when all the sides slope downwards to the walls. Hipped roofs are much more stable than gable roofs and perfect for areas with high wind or snow. Steeper the pitch, the better these roofs function.These roofs are, however, much more expensive to build and is a more complex design which needs many materials.

3: MANSARD ROOF:

A Mansard roof or French roof typically looks like a perfect hat that you can adorn your building. It has two slopes on each side that meet to form a low pitched roof. The bottom part of the roof is steeper than the upper part and can be flat sided or curved. These roofs create a large deal of extra living space in the form of an attic or a garret and are a great option for people who might add extra additions to their home in the future. Mansard roofs, however, cost much more than regular roofs because of the detailed work that goes into them.

4: GAMBREL ROOF:

The Gambrel roof is designed in the same way as a Mansard roof, except that it has two slopes while the latter has four. This roof is often used in barns, earning it the name ‘Barn Roof’. It is also used in Dutch Colonial and Victorian style homes. This roof too provides extra living space for attics and garret and can easily be framed out. The Gambrel roof is a great option sheds and outhouses but is not recommended in areas of high wind and snowfall, for they can collapse under extreme pressure.

5: THE BONNET ROOF:

The Bonnet roof is basically the Mansard in reverse. The top of the Bonnet’s slope is steep while the lower slope hangs over the side of the house. This can provide protection to porches, while the upper slope provides space for an attic. This roof is found in many modern homes and is much more durable than a gable roof. However, this roof requires a lot of materials and is a complex design.

As observed, all of these roofs have their own set of pros and cons, and each can be a perfect fit based on the kind of house you want to construct.

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