i am currently designing a playhouse for my girls. The idea of growing moss on the roof has surfaced. I was going to use plywood siding for the roof. How long do you think this will hold up. Are there suggestions on other materials that might work better? Anyone with experience in this field?
If you use exterior plywood and put nothing (shingles of some kind) one the sheets maybe 5 years before you would need to replace them. Keep in mind that moss still needs some soil to grow in, so whatever is used will need some soil added to support the moss growth.
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thankyou for your input. ive read about using ood hardener to allow the wood to last longer. or even a decking waterproofer
what about the clear or colored corrugated sheeting. It comes in a green, clear, yellow and I think a brown color. It has a 20 year warranty and a 3 x 16 length sheet would cover the whole roof for about 30 bucks. check out the below link as it shows how to install. Might be an option!
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