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Integrity
There are regional building styles which
contradict this trend, the stone roofs
of the Alpine chalets being usually of
gentler incline. These buildings tend to
accumulate a large amount of snow on
them, which is seen as a factor in their
insulation. The pitch of the roof is in
part determined by the roofing material
available, a pitch of 3/12 or greater
slope generally being covered with
asphalt shingles, wood shake, corrugated
steel, slate or tile.

Slate is an ideal, and durable material,
while in the Swiss Alps roofs are made
from huge slabs of stone, several inches
thick. The slate roof is often
considered the best type of roofing. A
slate roof may last 75 to 150 years, and
even longer. However, slate roofs are
often expensive to install – in the USA,
for example, a slate roof may have the
same cost as the rest of the house.
Often, the first part of a slate roof to
fail is the fixing nails; they corrode,
allowing the slates to slip. In the UK,
this condition is known as "nail
sickness". Because of this problem,
fixing nails made of stainless steel or
copper are recommended, and even these
must be protected from the weather.

Georgia Roof Masters :Georgia Roof Masters
Additionally, PRS provides overhaul
services for a diversity of realty,
householder policy and home guarantee
companies.

Service
We work with you through every step of
the process. From our initial FREE
inspection - guidance in reporting your
claim - the inspection by the insurance
adjuster - through to replacement of
your roof. We are proud to stand by
Georgia Homeowners and make sure that a
comprehensive appraisal of your damages
are made known to you and your insurance
company.

The water repelled by the roof during a
rainstorm is potentially damaging to the
building that the roof protects. If it
runs down the walls, it may seep into
the mortar or through panels. If it lies
around the foundations it may cause
seepage to the interior, rising damp or
dry rot. For this reason most buildings
have a system in place to protect the
walls of a building from most of the
roof water. Overhanging eaves are
commonly employed for this purpose. Most
modern roofs and many old ones have
systems of valleys, gutters,
waterspouts, waterheads and drainpipes
to remove the water from the vicinity of
the building. In many parts of the
world, roofwater is collected and stored
for domestic use.

Service :The rafters, tie beams and
joists serve to transmit the weight of
the roof to the walls of the building.
There are a number of structural systems
employed to facilitate this, including
the use of wall-plates set at the top of
the wall, hammer-beams, which spread the
weight down the wall and create an
equilibrium between outward and upward
thrust, king posts which transfer the
weight of the roof ridge, and various
types of trusses.

Quality A number of European Countries
have very active associations promoting
green roofs, including Germany,
Switzerland, the Netherlands, Italy,
Austria, Hungary, Sweden, the UK and
Greece.The City of Linz in Austria has
been paying developers to install green
roofs since 1983 and in Switzerland it
has been a federal law since the late
1990s. In the UK their up-take has been
slow but a number of cities have
developed policies to encourage their
use, notably in London and Sheffield.

Performance We work with you through
every step of the process. From our
initial FREE inspection - guidance in
reporting your claim - the inspection by
the insurance adjuster - through to
replacement of your roof. We are proud
to stand by Georgia Homeowners and make
sure that a comprehensive appraisal of
your damages are made known to you and
your insurance company.

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