Anyone building a shed will get to the point where they need to think about the roof. Most people feel that this part is straightforward, as long as no roof will cover the shed. Well, if that's what you think, you might be in for a nasty surprise if your roof fails.
My first tip would be to make sure that your roof meets all local building codes. Now it is better to find out that the design may need a little change or two rather than finding that it is not consistent after you complete it.
Once you have made sure that the roof meets the building code, you can go to your lumber merchant and that will make the roof according to your specifications. You can also hire a trusted timber roof trusses manufacturer in Newcastle.
My second tip is to use a good concrete roof sheet to cover the trusses. I would recommend using three-quarters of inch thick plywood. This will provide you with a sufficiently strong roof that will stand up to all types of loading that the weather can bring.
Tip number three is to use a good quality shingle to cover the roof. Not only will it look nice, but if you choose one that matches the roof of your house, it will really blend in with your surroundings. You may also find that having shingles that match the roofs of a neighbor will require local building codes.
Getting a good set of plans right at the start will save you a lot of wasted time and expense when you come to build a shed roof.