When it comes to safely covering a flat roof, you've got a number of different options to choose from - even though traditional roofing options like shingles, asphalt, concrete tiles, and corrugated metal are no longer suitable.
From manmade products like sheet metal, asphalt, and plastic polymers, to natural materials such as wood and slate, there are a range of different options to choose from today when it comes to selecting the perfect tile for your roof.
When people think about the roof of their house, the chances are that they often consider tiles and insulation, but they don't pay much attention to the other elements that come together to make a roof functional and efficient.
Depending on the shape of your house, fitting in normal windows that are only placed vertically may present a problem if the layout of the home isn’t quite tailored to where windows should ideally be placed to let in the most light.
New stuff always looks cool. When you get a new roof, it can stand out all red and shiny from the top of the road, and can look absolutely gorgeous when you compare it to a photo of your old and moss-embedded, browning and dirty roof.