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Roof Construction & Professionalism

Roof construction is a complicated task that should be executed meticulously with safety and precision. At Roof 101, we provide pre-screened roofing contractors for all types of roof construction services, from designing the layout and ordering trusses, to applying the final coating of paint. We believe in delivering to you only the best quality service, professionalism and reliability, at a speedy and efficient work pace.

Important Decisions Concerning Roof Construction

Constructing a roof is a process without any room for error, a process in which forgetting or disregarding a certain aspect of the roof construction can lead to both complications and compromise. For this reason, it is important you cover all the possible aspects of roof construction with a Roof 101 contractor before commencing, as well as outline exactly what you hope to get out of your roof once finished.
The following is a list of the most basic options regarding roof construction:

Flat Roof Construction Options & Advice

Flat roof construction is the ‘simplest’ form of roof construction, and therefore the least expensive. However, there are many different installation options that should be considered before beginning the construction process, such as its pitch – which will influence its weather durability, fire and acoustic performance options, insulation and thermal performance, and of course, strength. At Roof 101, we always try to incorporate all the beneficial aspects of a specific roofing design, whilst adhering to your needs, desired overall look and budget. If you have opted for flat roof construction, contact your nearest Roof 101 branch to go over with a representative all the flat roof construction alternatives, and receive quality advice from an experienced professional.

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Do It Yourself Roof Trusses

A roof truss is made up of bottom chords, top chords, and inside webbing, and held together by metal connector plates. The shape of the truss will depend on your roof's structure. They are usually placed every 2'' off center in residential and commercial buildings with gable roofs, yet can be shaped to suit a variety of configurations. Make sure you are familiar with your roof's support requirements before attempting do it yourself roof trusses. If you are not, call a Roof 101 professional immediately for expert installation services.

 

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