Thursday, February 28, 2013

Roof Day -- Success

The new roof day was a great success.
Putting the Roofing Shingles into position 

I am not worried about the next hurricane. My new roof will be able to withstand winds of 130 mph.

There was damage--rot. Ugh! Extra costs, but they are repaired now. Although the roof looked good before they started--there was rot. Areas where the rood system had failed. Left unattended, more serious problems and expense would have resulted.

Repairing Storm Damage
What a beautiful day. The sun even shone for most of the operation.

No rain. No crummy weather.

I was worried whether the weather would hold, but it did.

And now it is done.


I do not expect to be on the roof during hurricanes or worrying about leaks

Roofs are just one of those things that I shouldn't have to worry about. And now I don't.

The New Roof
-- Bob Doan, Elkridge, MD


Allyson Ripple said...

You’re right – the roof is hardly something that someone should be worrying about constantly. The best solution to that is a high quality and durable roof. We’ve been having some pretty bad weather these past few years, and only the best roofs have passed the test. Here’s to hoping that your new roof does the same!

Tisa See said...

Hooray for roofing success! A new a roof is definitely a huge weight off the shoulders. Since the roof is your home’s first line of defense, you can’t help but worry about it when there’s a leak. I’m glad to hear that it’s all fixed now.

Unknown said...

I’m pleased to know that you had your roof done and that the weather held still as you do so. Also, it’s a wise decision on your side to have a new roof that could withstand hurricanes. As our roof is the one that protects us from calamities, it’s only wise to make sure they’re sturdy.

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