Does anyone know what size gravel you need for flat roofs. I'm totally baffalled by what to do so if anyone knows that would be excellent.
Answered: 2019-09-18 06:34:50
You can use the aggregate materials like pea gravel or slag. They are about the size of a pea and a quarter-inch thick. You can use this type of gravel for flat roofs, but it’s up to you. You can probably also ask someone who has more experience in flat roofs.
I was looking up this for you last night when I found this site description that tell you what size gravel to use for flat roofs. It says you should use an aggregate material like pea gravel that’s pea-sized and about a quarter inch thick in size.
If you want a gravel for flat roofs, most people use the pea-sized gravels that’s about a quarter thick that’s called the pea gravel. This kind is good for this type of roofing, so I’d try this if I were you. Or you can ask a professional about it if you are that worried about it.
I think you can use gravel like what they call pea gravel. It’s supposed to be some kind of aggregate material or something. Anyway, I guess it’s shaped as little as a pea and quarter-inch thick. But that’s all I know about the kind of gravel you should use on flat roofs.
You can probably find this type of question online, but I love answering construction questions for people. I had to look it up in case I was wrong since it’s been a while since I knew this question by heart. You can get pea gravel which by the name is pea sized gravel which is about a quarter thick.
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