People look at a house and easily admire its structure. However, when it comes to the roof, all they can see is its style and colour – and don’t forget the angle, which warrants a greater effort to get the pitch just right. Writing for Homebuilding and Renovating magazine, Clive Fewins highlighted the importance of setting up the right angle for your new roof.
A wrongly-pitched roof will have long-term consequences for your house, from reduced occupant safety to less desirable structural integrity. Some architectural styles, such as Victorian-era houses, place a premium on highly-pitched roofs; even haunted houses as depicted in various media also have comically-exaggerated pitches. If you’re embarking on a new roofing project that must sport the best pitch and increase the house’s appeal, professionals who specialise in roofing in Surrey, such as Brunwin Professional Roofing Services Ltd., are the ones best suited for this assignment.