Guest User
7/25/2004
just wondered if metal was an option for a dome. I will need one one of these days. My roof is about 20 yrs old. Any examples????? thanx
Guest User
7/25/2004
There are standing seam panels which can be curved and tapered for domes or a standing seam can be hand-formed for this. Also, some of the smaller shingle style products could be used. I do not think that MRA has any photos of such jobs but, by contacting individual manufacturers, you might find some.
Guest User
11/21/2005
I am erecting a Deltec home. The roof is not a dome roof but is more of a yurt shaped roof but not exactly. I also want to catch rainwater from the roof and store it and make it potable, so I want roof material good for rainwater harvesting that doesn't include any materials that could be toxic. Can you help with both the shape and the rainwater questions? If you want to view the shape of the roof, see www.deltec.com Thanks.
Allan Reid
Dura-Loc Roofing Systems, Inc.
11/21/2005
Generally speaking you have significantly more to worry about the quality of the rainwater than the metal roofing contribution. Rainwater in North American has become very low in PH which does make it aggressive on all surfaces.
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