How Do You Build A Sod Roof?
Sod roofs are beneficial to the environment, energy efficient, and add beauty to a building. A sod roof slightly lowers the inside temperature of the building below. Building a sod roof takes some effort and financial investment. Once built, however, it doesn’t require much more maintenance than a front lawn. Check the structural integrity of your roof to make sure that it is strong enough to hold the weight of the sod. Make any needed repairs. Look for signs of water damage, rot and broken tiles. If you are not sure if your roof is strong enough, hire a roofer to evaluate the roof. Wet sod roofs are heavy. If needed, hire a roofer to construct support beams to strengthen the roof. Line the exterior edges of the roof with pieces of wood that are at least 3 inches tall. Secure the wood to the roof using a roof staple gun. Paint a waterproof roof coating on your roof to protect it from possible water damage from the sod. Use a paintbrush or spray gun to apply the coating. Allow the roof