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Galvanized iron sheet is the most common and widely used roofing materials simply called G.I. sheet. GI sheet is either plain or corrugated. Plain sheet has a standard width of 90 centimeters and. Likewise, corrugated sheet has a standard width of 80 centimeters. The thickness of sheet is measured in terms of gauge ranging from No. 24 to No. 30. The higher the number, the thinner is the sheet. For instance, gauge 26 is thinner than gauge number 24. GI sheet is popular due to the following advantages in offers; Reasonable cost, Availability, Durability, and Ease of installation and repair.
Roof tiles look more elegant but are very heavy and require metal stronger steel roof framing. The advantage of it includes features such as fire safety, non-combustibility and durability. Roof tiles are usually made from slate or clay, yet they are also available in concrete and plastic. When it comes to durability, concrete roof tiles are the most suited. Made from sand, cement, and pigment, cement roof tile do not rot, curl, burn, or rust and have a high solar reflectance. As a result, cement roof tile are generally given a lifetime warranty. Additionally, concrete roof tile can stand pressures of up to 400 pounds without reinforcements making maintenance both safer and easier.
Asphalt roof shingles are also one of popular choice for roofing materials. This is because they present many economic advantages to your home because they are incredibly durable while still very affordable for anyone to use. These roof coverings are made of asphalt placed on top of a fiberglass sheet. Shingles are supposed to flex depending on the weather so they are resistant to cracking and falling apart. The typical life of an asphalt shingle depending on the local weather is up to 20 years. Another benefit of using asphalt shingles is that they come in many different colors. The reason for this is so that you can have tem match and compliment the overall scheme of the exterior of your hoe. You wouldn’t want to have your house painted a color and then be stock with shingles that do not compliment the overall scheme of the exterior of your house.
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