When you want to install a synthetic thatch roof, it’s helpful to know what type of roof you’re working with; that can have a major impact on the type of roofing materials you choose. Not all roofing materials work the same ways, particularly when it comes to wind resistance and water runoff, which means there are usually a few clear “winners” when you’re trying to determine the best type of roof for your commercial building. That’s true whether you’re operating a five-star resort in the tropics or you’re running a trendy café on the beach.
For some buildings with shed roofs, only certain types of roofing materials will do.
What is a Shed Roof?
A shed roof is one that only slopes down in one direction. It doesn’t have intersecting planes like a roof with valleys does.
Often, shed roofs are used on small buildings (like a cocktail hut or rental “shack”) where one side—usually the back—is taller than the other side.
Endureed Synthetic Thatch Products That Work Well With Shed Roofs
Not all roofing materials work well with shed roofs. Endureed products that do work well with these types of roofs include:
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