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I recently signed a private sous-seing agreement to purchase a house with a corrugated iron roof. However, today I ask myself a few questions about this roof. Indeed, does not it present a noise inconvenience in case of rain? Is it also normal that it does not have gutter?

If this type of roof is perfect for a garage or an annex, it is, in principle, not intended for houses, unless to perform some work, mainly insulation. A corrugated iron roof does not offer any insulation, whether thermal or acoustic. The absence of gutter is not normal. I recommend the installation of a more suitable material (from Onduline for example) or insulated steel tanks.

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