Namibia is a country in southern Africa. The climate is arid to semi-arid, with an average annual rainfall of fewer than 10 inches. The landscape is mostly desert with some savanna. They typically make roofs in Namibia of corrugated metal, asbestos cement, or thatched grass. Metal roofs are the most common type of roof in Namibia. they are durable and last for many years. However, they are also the most expensive type of roof. Asbestos cement roofs are the second most common type of roof in Namibia. They are made of a mixture of cement and asbestos fibres. They are cheaper than metal roofs but not as durable. They usually last for about 10 years.
Thatched grass roofs are the third most common type of roof in Namibia. They are made of bundles of grass that are tied together and then fastened to the roof. They are the cheapest type of roof but they only last for about 5 years.
· The average cost of a new roof is $10,000, with projects typically ranging from $8,500 to $14,300.