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My main roof is shingled with the old common flat non dimensional asphalt shingles. It’s a peaked roof with a pretty good angle incline (old snow shed crazy pitch). Due to get up there and handle windblown damage and replacements (happens multiple times per year). Told you we get lots of wind here 🙂
Metal roof (aluminum is immediately below the main roof and attached at the eaves and serves as a cover for the back porch. Nice location perhaps for transmitter since have coverage from rain there and electric line already plus available area to drill from inside for any cable runs that might be necessary (audio input).
Technically, the house is probably best described as a Cape Cod architecturally, with the second story jutting out of windows being on the rear of the building (above that metal porch).