Published at Friday, March 22nd, 2019 - 21:52:53 PM. Roof Pitch. By Bartlett Faure.
The slope of a roof affects its ability to shed water and determines the limits for using asphalt shingles. Most asphalt shingles may be used on roof slopes from 4:12 to 21:12, using standard application methods. Asphalt shingles may be used on slopes from 2:12 to 3.9:12, if special low-slope application procedures are followed.
This slope works well for sheds that are fairly narrow, like 4 to 6 feet, but for sheds that are 8’ or wider the shed roof becomes unsightly high. For instance if the top of the wall starts at 8 feet high it will be almost 11 feet high on the high side of the shed.
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