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Are metal roofs, which are increasingly popular, bad feng shui?

Storm damage requires new roof. Currently have trad shingles, with a metal roof on a low pitch extension (too flat for shingles) across back of house which faces east and a  medium sized lake as well.  Is going full metal too much metal?  I am Sagittarius/Water Dragon. Thankyou, wrsjr.

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Yes, indeed even locally in Singapore, metallic roofs are popular, especially for private small developments.

And it is the only material that can be curved.

Frankly, not an issue. As we are at the mercy of the construction materials in our home.

For eg. Some homes have brick concrete structures. While others are wooden homes etc...

 

 


Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

Master Cecil Lee, Geomancy.Net

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In my opinion,  thie concern is not a major issue. 

What is more important and within one’s control can be deciding on the colour of the roof.

For example: majority of vehicles on the read has a metallic skeleton. While a smaller amount is made of fibre glass.

Does not mean that those who are unsuitable To metallic substances have to avoid them.

Under the Five Elements concept; more important consideration is not what the materials composition; of course, it is nice to have. But colours can used to express the element.

Thus a red car can be considered as belonging to the fire element; a blue or black car water element etc..

Same here, that of the colour of the roof... 


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