Roof: definition, function and choice of materials (2)

How to Increase Your Home's Value with a New Roof | HomeAdvisor

Bitumen

Many people call this roof asphalt tiles. Bitumen is made up of layers of bitumen, organic fibers, resins and powdered paper. This roof is in the form of a sheet with a thickness of 0.5-1 cm.

Pebbles

This roof is made by cutting thin wood into sheets. The wood used is ironwood. The advantages of shingled roofs are that they are strong and weather resistant for up to 25 years.

Concrete

The concrete roof is better known as non-concrete. It is made of a mixture of cement, sand and water. The process of installing this roof is quite complicated, but it has the strength that can last for a long time. The strength of the product depends on the working process,

Zinc

Zinc roofs tend to be lightweight and easy to install. Also, this roof is quite cheap and easy to get, the downside of zinc roofing is that …

  • Partner links