Roof covering

Roof covering


Choosing the right roofing material is a sizable investment during construction, but necessary to ensure the quality of the roof and its appearance. However, there are striking roof coverings that can be applied at a reasonable cost.

The following are some of the most effective roof coverings.

what are the types of roofing materials?

In addition to the most popular ceramic tile, there are many different solutions on the market, such as concrete tiles, steel and trapezoidal sheets, asphalt shingles, or fiber-cement tiles. Their use does not depend only on aesthetic issues. The choice of the right type of covering depends on many factors. Also an important feature is the type of building being covered. When choosing roofing for a house, we will certainly pay attention to the warranty and durability of the chosen covering, but the aesthetic side also remains important. In addition to quality, we want our roof to look good and blend in with the overall building and surroundings. On the other hand, when building a roof for outbuildings, for example, we will pay more attention to the cost of materials and workmanship, as well as the durability guarantee.

how to choose a roofing material?

There are many factors to pay attention to when choosing a roofing material. It all depends on the technical conditions of the structure, then the choice of roofing will have a significant impact on the durability of the roof.

If you are building a house with a usable attic, then the roof truss is usually designed for tile, then the roofing possibilities are almost unlimited.

Climatic conditions prevailing in a particular region, are also not indifferent. In coastal localities, where the salinity of the air is higher, which accelerates corrosion, it is worth choosing ceramic tiles or stainless steel roofing.

If you are in a coastal area, it is advisable to choose ceramic tiles or stainless steel roofing.

If the area experiences heavy snowfall, which puts a lot of strain on the roof, then it is best to use asphalt shingles. This is nothing more than a new generation of colored tar paper cut into strips, which, laid according to the proper rules, resembles the plain tile used in mountainous areas. It is a lightweight roofing material, but extremely durable, while not weighing down the roof structure.

When choosing a roofing material, we should pay attention to the fact that it should harmonize not only with the whole structure of the building, but also with the environment in which our building is located.

Modern technology, are solutions that were previously difficult to deal with. Nowadays, tiles can come in a variety of colors and textures. Angobased tiles are smoother, which makes them less dirty and easier to clean. Sheet metal, on the other hand, can be coated with preparations that not only add color, but also protect it from corrosion and the elements, making it even more durable. The most durable is copper sheet, which, properly protected, can last up to more than 300 years.