By Dan PeeplesThe sun’s coming up.
And that means you should start planning for the inevitable: a new roof.
It’s not just about getting your house up and running again, though.
To get the most out of your roof, you need to take care of it well.
And to do that, you should look for a new design.
Here’s a list of the best and most versatile roofs.
First, check your roof’s existing roofing capacity.
Your roof’s capacity is the total area it can contain, or the area that you’ll need to install a roof over it.
This includes all the roofs you can find.
For example, if you have a roof that’s about 20 percent square, you’ll want to add a new one to keep the space as large as possible.
If you have no roof, just get a bigger roof.
The bigger the square footage, the bigger your roof will be.
For instance, a roof with an area of about 10 square feet is about the same size as a roof of about 20 square feet.
For smaller roof spaces, you can make the best of the space you have.
A lot of people find that they can use a smaller space to get a better view, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it for the same purpose.
For example, a 10-foot by 10-year-old roof can fit in your garage, or a 5-foot-by-10-year old roof can be used as a porch or patio.
You can even add a second floor to the existing structure for a patio or garage.
When you’re shopping for a roof, look for one that’s easy to install, strong, durable, and low maintenance.
And don’t forget that most new roofs come with a few basic features.
So if you need help finding a good roof for your home, you may want to check out these articles to find out more about roofing.