What roof should my house have? ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

What roof should my house have? ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

What roof should my house have? ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

When choosing what roof to use for our
houses, we must consider different elements like the type of material, the
weather conditions of the area, the durability,
the aesthetic, the resistance, and
heat insulation. We have to take this precaution since it is what will keep our
houses protected. There are a various materials to create roof, in Construcciones Yamaro we will tell you
about them:

What roof should my house have? ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

1. – Metallic
roofs
: These are the most common, and they are created with galvanized steel with a coverage of a zinc and aluminum alloy. It has great
durability, energetic efficiency, it is easy to install, and offers a great
resistance to fire. Nowadays, you can find various designs with shapes that resemble
traditional tiles while some others with shapes like panels; these have the
disadvantage of not being able to resist strong winds.

2.- Concrete
roofs
: Created with
a mixture of concrete and reinforcement fibers
that can be adapted to any shape during the formwork, it has some advantages like reducing the noise, isolating
the heat, reducing the internal heat,
is not an electricity conductor, easily adaptable to any surface and weather,
besides granting beauty to the construction. 

3. – Wooden
roofs
: Wood gives warm and comfort
to any space.
A wooden roof is safe and has a great consistency, which is
perfect for big size lamps, you only need to use a protection layer on the
outside so it withstand the weather
conditions,
and an inner protection layer to protect it against plagues.

What roof should my house have? ~ Construcciones Yamaro, by Armando Iachini

4.- Tile
roofs
: Tiles are a lasting material and requires little maintenance. They
can be from concrete and natural
clay. Concrete tiles can last up to 50 years, and those from natural clay can last for centuries,
and they are very resistant to humidity, wind, and rain.

5. – Translucent
roofs
: If you are
bold and like innovation, a translucent roof is ideal for your house. These
roofs can be made from glass, plastic, acrylic or polycarbonate, and they allow
sunrays to penetrate the house. They are easy to install but require special
care when is time to install them. 

6. – Green
roofs
: If you are a nature lover and want an ecological and sustainable
place, green roofs are you. They consist of a vegetable cover on top of your house that give you the following
benefits: heat isolation so your house is fresh and nice, reduction of dust level and smog, cultivation of plants, and beauties
the area.

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