|This sod roof just isn't cutting it.|
Summer is the nicest DAY of the year around here.
(*hint-lots of rain)
Norwegians have their own way of going green, and quite literally. For hundreds of years houses in Norway have been covered with turf. And they come in different varieties. Some are bright green and almost velvety. Others are golden and look like they’re growing wheat or oats.
The advantages of turf roofs (also called sod roofs) are many. They are very heavy, so they help to stabilize the house; they provide good insulation; and they are long-lasting.
Turf roofs in Norway are a tradition and you I have seen them everywhere.