What wind speed can a roof withstand?

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Most modern shingle roofs are rated to withstand 90 mile-per-hour winds, although there are roofing products available for hurricane and tornado-prone areas that can withstand winds up to 150 MPH.Apr 22, 2015

What is the cheapest roof to build?

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A gable roof is generally the least expensive and easiest style of roof to build. It is also the least prone to leaks since it only has one single ridge cap, rather than a bunch of hips and valleys.Mar 23, 2008