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Old 09-09-2015, 02:18 PM
 
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Originally Posted by Theylphonida View Post
Those Pueblo style houses are nice until the roof leaks. Then you wish builders around here had the sense to consider pitched roofs.
With current building technologies there really is not any advantage to pitch and what some consider flat. I say consider flat, because there really isn't flat roofs being built any longer. New builds including retro-fitting are all now positive pitch roofs. The construction company I am a partner in has replaced 100's of roofs over the years. About a 60/40 split. We do not get any more call backs on 'flat' roofs than pitched.
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