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New roof construction using Fort Lauderdale roofers

While it’s true that your building’s roof is its first line of defense against the elements, it is also a large part of your buildings aesthetics. When making decisions concerning a roof for new construction, Fort Lauderdale roofers can be of great help.

Fort Lauderdale New Roof Construction Designs

There are many types of roofs, but as all Fort Lauderdale roofers know, some types are used more than others in the Fort Lauderdale area. According to the Fort Lauderdale Historic Preservation Guidelines, some of the most common roof types installed by Fort Lauderdale roofers are :

Front Gable Roof

Front Gable Roof

The front gable roof, which has the familiar prominent triangular shape in the middle.

Side Gable Roof

Side Gable Roof

The side gable roof, which has triangular gables on the sides of the building instead of the front.

Cross Gable Roof

Cross Gable Roof

The cross gable roof which has a second gable intersecting the first, forming a cross shape.

Shed or Canted Roof

Shed or Canted Roof

The canted roof, sometimes called a shed roof, which slopes downward in a single direction.

Butterfly Roof

Butterfly Roof

The butterfly roof, which has two roof surfaces sloping down from opposing edges, forming a valley near the middle.

Ridged Hip Roof

Ridged Hip Roof

Rigged hip roofs, which have all sides sloping downwards to the walls, leaving no gables or vertical sides.

Pyramidal Hip Roof

Pyramidal Hip Roof

The pyramidal hip roof which is shaped like a pyramid seated on a square or rectangular base.

Cross Hipped Roof

Cross Hipped Roof

Cross Hipped roofs, a variation on the hip roof, which gently slopes on all four sides and resists strong winds.

Extended Parapet Roof

Extended Parapet Roof

The extended parapet roof, which is a flat roof with the building’s outermost walls extending upwards past the edges.

Flat with Parapet Roof

Flat with Parapet Roof

Flat Roofs are exactly what you’d think, roofs that have a flat surface, with no peaks or valleys.

No matter which roof you decide to have your Fort Lauderdale roofers install, Fort Lauderdale’s Department of Sustainable Development’s Building Division requires a minimum plan submittal (MPS) before construction can begin. Here is what you will need for the MPS.

  • Roofing packages consist of two notices of commencement must be filed at the Broward County Government Center East, room 114, 115 South Andrews Avenue, Fort Lauderdale.
  • Two completed Roofing Application Packets.
  • Two copies of the Miami-Dade County Notice of Acceptance, which you can obtain at your point of purchase.

Conclusion

If planning a roof for your new construction seems overwhelming, do not hesitate to make Roofing Recovery your Fort Lauderdale roofers of choice, they can help you through the process and save you time and money by preventing mistakes. Give us a call at 954-500-0203, our fill out our request a quote from above, we may just be the best Fort Lauderdale roofing company for you.

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