Best Roofing In Jamaica
by Tatyana Fiddis
(St. Elizabth, Jamaica)
Question about Roofing In Jamaica
Hi, I'm building a two bedroom house in St. Elizabeth. I'm at a stand still at the moment however.
All the walls are up but I cant get anyone to help me figure out if decking the roof or using the decorative roofing is the cheapest way to way.
I'm still in awe to think that there are so many persons who do construction even my own workers yet they are unable to give me proper guidance as the way to go.
I cant find anyone to work out how much cement and steel it would take versus the 2*6 and other roofing materials for the decorative roofs. From your stand point what do you think would work out cheaper? Answer
Sorry I don't know at lot about the construction industry but I'll open it up to my friends and fans who might be more in tunded with this area.
I'll allow them to add their comments & feedback here
Just stay in touch and watch the feedback OK?
P.S. See also Building A House In Jamaica
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