I have a 2 yr old home in the Pacific Northwest (moderate climate) with a steel standing seam roof. The home is SIP (structural insulated panel) construction, including the shed-style roof. The roof is about 30’ by 60’, simple rectangle. The roof is black in color.
As the temperature changes during the day and the night we hear very loud popping noises inside the house. The popping noises often come in a sequence, like 3 successive pops in a second, then another single pop a second later. The noises are worse on days with wide temperature changes.
Is this something to be expected with a roof like this or might it have been installed incorrectly?