slate roof


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a roof covered with slate

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I would urge you to find another roofer, one very experienced with slate roofs, to do a thorough check of your slates.
Critique: Exceptionally well written, illustrated, organized and presented, ""The Slate Roof Bible: Everything You Need to Know About the World's Finest Roof" is especially recommended to the attention of architects, roofers, slate roof owners, architectural consultants, architectural history buffs, and anyone involved with the roofing industry.
This S1 rating insures that each slate roof will last a minimum of 75-100 years if installed per manufacturer guidelines.
The 30ft slate roof fell in on a property in Coseley, West Midlands, on Friday at around 1pm.
"Local people and visitors now have nothing to spoil this spectacular landscape as the slate roof will weather back after cleaning."
The original Welsh slate roof is being replaced with a combination of 600x300 and 500x250 heather blue tiles from Penrhyn quarry.
Restoration work includes a lift and new slate roof.
The minimum slope for a slate roof is a ratio of 4:12, Jenkins says, but the best use for slate roofing is for steep slopes.
Children and adults from the Coventry World Tang Soo Do Association, which teaches Korean karate, smashed through six-inch-thick concrete breeze blocks and clay and slate roof tiles at a demonstration at the Devonshire Arms in Sewall Highway, Wyken.
The National Roofing Contractors Association negotiated an agreement with the Department of Defense to rebuild more than 40,000 square feet of slate roof. James Myers Co.
I went over to the farm and inspected the barn to see if salvaging the slate roof was possible.
Constructed in stone and brick with a slate roof, each house design offers versatile accommodation with excellent space and light together with stylish kitchen/dining/garden rooms, a separate lounge and study, utility room and ground floor toilet.
There is a stone-built enclosed area with sunken garden lights, a wooden gazebo with slate roof where you will find a hot tub plus wiring for a flat screen TV.
Advances in technology are enabling the condominium association at the historic former Elizabeth Street School building to replace portions of its slate roof with a material that is nowhere near as costly as slate, but looks enough like it to have won approval from the Historical Commission.