The % of total roof is a crap method of predicting damage. Total square footage means not a lot. What matters is how much of the flat roof is tied into the perimeter of a hip or other roof.
Think if you will about a home with a hip roof and a 100’ X 5’ foot Flat Roof attached to it.
Scenario 1: The 100’ long rear of the home has the flat roof attached to hip roof the total length of the wall and extends 5’ out
Scenario 2: The 100’ long rear of the home has the flat roof attached to hip roof only for 5’ then it extends 100’ away from the home.
Same square footage yet totally different damage if the flat area goes.
What should be considered is length of the attachment not the total square footage or % of roof.
I await your responses.
They make this crap way more technical then it needs to be and that is wrong for so many reasons.
Someone please tell me why page one must have the address on it twice? :roll: