How NOT to roof!

This week’s video portrays Frank’s temporary fixes of quite a few leaks in the slate roof. This is not a tutorial because it is not the correct way to fix these holes. We needed to get a lot of holes fixed in a little amount of time and this was the most expedient. All of these areas need more attention anyway so it won’t be that much trouble to visit them again and fix them correctly!

4 thoughts on “How NOT to roof!

  1. carhartt986 January 17, 2021 / 10:15

    Another great video. With all the holes being repaired/patched, and the house drying up, has it made any difference inside the house as far as doors that were too swollen (to open) or gaps created in the newell post, etc.?

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    • moorelandhouse January 17, 2021 / 10:20

      Yes, it is making a difference. We have done a little research though and it could take as long as 3 years to get the moisture out of the brick walls.

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  2. J. Staft January 17, 2021 / 11:35

    That maid’s room really took a beating all the way around! At some point you won’t be using the term, ” temporary” anymore. I bet you can’t wait! “Bertha” is really proving her worth. She was a smart purchase. I’m so glad you decided to keep the kittens. It’s fun to watch them grow and inevitably get into mischief. But then I’m not doing the clean up!

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    • moorelandhouse January 17, 2021 / 12:22

      We are excited for the day when we can stop using “temporary”!

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