When you’re considering synthetic thatch for your business, whether you operate a charming rental shop on the beach or a five-star resort, you need to know what type of roof you have—that’ll impact your decision on the best roofing materials to use.
So what if you have a cone roof?
What is a Cone Roof?
Also called a conical roof, a cone roof is circular on a flat plane and rises to a point. It forms a cone-shape, although it can have virtually any pitch.
A cone roof has parts similar to other types of roofs, such as hip roofs, shed roofs, and gable roofs. They’ll typically have roof rafters and support columns, though they’ll be shaped differently and cut at different angles because the roof is conical in shape.
Endureed Synthetic Thatch Products That Work Well With Cone Roofs
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