How I can clad the garage roof with a 45° angle?
Due to the development of the boundaries of the garage, where we of course respected the average height of 3.20 m, our garage now has a "curve" of 43°.
Do you have a solution on how I can clad this "43°" (yellow) bend? Preferably in such a way that there is virtually no difference with the exterior plaster. At the same time, it shouldn't be too expensive. The "43°" bend in the front is hidden by the canopy anyway.
Here are some ideas:
Solar panels – if the location is right. Glass, then the garage gets light and looks bright.
Plant the garage roof extensively and let something grow across it. Wood cladding.
Clay shingles. Tin roof. Tar paper shingles (very cheap)