OK, so it isn't tin and it's not rusted...but it will be metal. All the way back when all we had were some concrete forms, we talked about how we're building a modern farmhouse. And no self respecting farmhouse - modern or otherwise - would be caught dead without a proper metal roof.
We went with a dark gray, 24 gauge sheet, with the standing seams spaced 16" apart. That's a bit of an upgrade from what you'd see on a typical metal roof. You'd normally find something like 26 or 28 gauge spaced 24" apart. So why did we opt for the upgrade? A couple reasons:
Soon, all of the protective plastic will be removed from the roof. After that there will be some additional site grading, and then siding will start. And then it will be bye-bye greenhouse, hello farmhouse.
Bye for now,
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