Apr 19, 2021 2:01 pm
We have a 14 year old large patio (double gable roof design), that has a roll formed roof sheet construction. Pic attached of an old realestate photo when we first bought th place.
The roof is an absolute pain in the backside to keep clean with all of the corrugations to the underside, and has been getting harder to get marks off as the powdercoat ages.
It also doesn't look overly modern anymore, and lighting fitted to the ridge beams is pretty old fashoined.
Has anyone gone through this process before? what have you used as a replacement? Is this an option, or are patio companies going to want to rip the whole things down?
I like the idea of a flat surface under.
Quality is like buying oats.
If you want good,fresh oats,you'll pay a fair price.
However,if you can be satisfied with the oats that have already been through the horse, that comes a little cheaper.
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