Not bad but you forgot the over hang on the other 2 sides so add that in it should have been 32' X 33' 10" if it was me I would just figure 32 X 34. Also what type of roof? If its metal be sure your panels will end up equaling your length of 32 and not just covering your area. If its shingles add 10% or so for waste...
Nice, I knew I was off somewhere! Yes, asphalt shingle. For all materials I am going to assume at the very least 10% waste, maybe more like 12% to guarantee the price quote I make my self is the Max needed
Cool good thinking. A metal roof is not much more than the shingles and is way more durable, easier to install, and if you pick white much cooler in the summer. Its also harder for the wind to blow off and far less likely to leak. I wouldn't put shingles on my worst enemies house and definitely wouldn't give you more than a years warranty. I build for a living by the way... We haven't used shingles since I started with the company 5 years ago of course we don't build houses either...
I was thinking a flat roof with tar paper and the like but an angled metal roof with spray foam on the underside, or good insulation on the roof, 1inch of spray foam on the flat roof. Flat roof for the actual roof but the metal to keep the water off
i would not go with a flat roof as water and snow will set there if it has a slope then it will run off and less likely to leak you can put like 1 to 2 inch ridged foam sheets under the metal roof for moe insulation
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If you are using trusses with a 4/12 pitch your roof isn't flat. Propanel with rigid insulation is the best way to go but even propanel on tar paper is better than shingles. You can always use batt insulation in the inside instead or in addition to the foam... The spray foam isn't much fun to mess with
Well, I'm exploring my possibilities with the roof, the trusses are the only thing I have priced so far.
A "flat roof" with a 2/12 angle would be less work and less cash, I assume. Plus I'm in Arizona, not much snow here lol. Just a lot of wind and heavy rain/ hail (hence my idea of spray foam top layer, protects from hail damage to the wood)
This is supposed to be a house, so I expect some permits and engineers, trying to get as many ideas as I can with the dots and crosses. I'm using you! Haha (if u have seen "up" say the I'm using you! In the same tone the dog says "I smell you!") Anyways, it would have nice sized collumns in the middle somewhere as well as nice sized cross beams, think office building with the slanted roof...