Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Reroof 2012

Before:


 
In process -
 
          Tearoff: 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Install:

 
 
 
 
 
 
New roof:
 
 
 

9 comments:

  1. oh my gosh!!! i love your house!!! and your *door*!!! it's lovely BLUE!!! and your window planter boxes!!!

    meanwhile, you have reminded me that i need to also get roofing quotes, for repair or at least some maintenance. we are following in your painting and roofing footsteps. can relaxing come next?!

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  2. Thanks, Heidi. Of the choices available to us when we were looking, this one stood out. I like the Craftsman era and no one had messed up the interior too much with "updates."

    Lynelle, I'm hoping for a low-effort Fall and Winter. We'll see.

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  3. Our backyard still looks like we have small kids.

    :-D

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  4. Thanks, Colleen! And it'll be a DRY Winter this year and for many years to come!

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  5. it looks beautiful!!! we're getting quotes now and your input has enabled me to ask questions i never would have thought to ask. thank you!!!

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  6. Lynelle was right about your door. It’s lovely! ;] Just like the new roof, I think. I see you’re already doing preparations for the winter. I am not aware of the whole situation, especially the condition of the previous roof, but I’m glad you’ve reroofed the house. It increased the value of your home and ensured preparedness for the cold and the draft of winter.

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  7. Those cool guys on the roof are really fun to watch from a distance. Hehe! You could really see how serious they are in making that roof great and beautiful. Installing a new roof isn’t that hard a task but it isn’t easy either. Kudos to those people for making this reroofing project a success! They did a wonderful job! :)

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