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CAP IT OFF: 4 Types of Roof You Can Install for Your New House

When having your new house built, you have to make sure that all materials used are perfect for your own need and convenience. One of the most crucial parts to pay attention to is the roof! 

While thinking of the roof materials to select to cap off your house, you can check out the list of roof types below!

 

1. Solar Tiles Roofing

Photo from Sundiata Tech website

Quite similar to traditional solar panels, solar tiles are advanced collectors of solar energy and are combined quite seamlessly into existing shingles. They are capable of generating up to 1 kilowatt of energy per 100 square feet. They do help in reducing energy costs with typical solar power, however, they also are pricier compared to traditional solar panels and other solar power-gathering options.

 

2. Metal Roofing

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Metal roofing is usually in the form of vertical panels or shingles which look like different certain roof types – and can stand and last in 60 years. Metal excels at shrugging off snow and rain. It won’t burn, though can be affected by thermal shock, and resistant to fast wind speeds. It is lightweight and can be added or placed on existing roofs. 

One aspect that could be a downside is that it’s very loud and noisy when heavy rain drops come in contact with it. You may find the constant sound of what seems like your roof being hit quite annoying too. If heavy objects like hail or falling solid items hit the metal roofing, you can certainly find dents and scratches that may degrade the look of your roof. 

Metal roofing prices are per square foot, depending on the kind of metal. Degradation or deterioration differs by the type of material chosen.

 

3. Rubber slate

Photo from Modernize website

Rubber slate looks like it can easily fit in and can be adjusted and carved using sharp tools like knives to fit intricate roof designs similar to the aesthetic of Victorian esque houses. Rubber slate roofs are long lasting. It lasts in about a hundred years or so. 

One challenge is that it is easily dented by walking and by satellite dishes, so it is certainly susceptible to damage by hail, similar to slate. It is quite difficult to install rubber slate roofs, so calling real professionals that legitimately know roofing installation is necessary.

 

4. Green Roofs

Green roofs make houses look lively because of their color initially. They have a unique, nature-embracing aesthetic. It is covered with flora so that it can improve air quality, lessen flooding and insulate homes to reduce heat generated inside or outside the house. 

Green roofs could be a handful when it comes to maintenance.  They need thermal insulation, a vapor barrier, waterproofing, drainage, water filtration, gardening materials, plants and extra structural support like beams and foundations. The lifespan of green roofs can last in about 30-40 years or so.

 

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Be certain to select the correct roof type for your new house. If you do not choose well, it will be prone to damages and will be nearer to needing roof repairs. When you pick the roof type you need, take good care of it, so it functions well and lasts long. 

 

AUTHOR BIO

Nicole Ann Pore is a writer, an events host and a voice over artist. Travel, health, shopping, lifestyle and business are among the many subjects she writes about. She also writes for Young & Co Roofing Manchester, an excellent roofing and cladding company in Greater Manchester. She graduated Cum Laude from De La Salle University Manila, Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts.

Nicole Ann Pore

Nicole Ann Pore is a writer, an events host and a voice over artist. Travel, health, shopping, lifestyle and business are among the many subjects she writes about. Through quality and well-researched writing, she informs and even entertains readers about things that matter. She is also interested in film critiquing and filmmaking. Giving all the glory to God, Nicole graduated Cum Laude from De La Salle University Manila, Philippines with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Arts.

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