Saturday, June 30, 2012

False Roofs


This building is over 200 hundred years old, a native pine boarded roof on framing that doesn't meet today's codes. It has an existing wooden roof and beautiful open beams beneath. The entire inside ceiling is cathedral. The chimney and flashings leak. The exterior trim is rotted along with the rafter tails.

PROBLEM: you the client, want to strip the roof and put a new wooden roof on. You want the roof or ceiling to meet the new energy codes. You want to insulate and ventilate the roof so you can use this historic room everyday of the year. You want all this and N0, ABSOLUTELY N0, CHANGE to the exterior and interior appearance... NO CHANGE, ZILCHO, CAN'T HAPPEN...
HOW DO YOU DO IT??

WE KNOW AND WE'LL TELL YOU ON YOUR NEXT PROJECT

PROVE 1T YOU SAY... Look closely at the photo above, it has an R-30 insulated and ventilated roof system with a 20 year wooden roof warranty (that's right, a 20 year wooden roof warranty) ... and it is all low profile with absolutely no change to the appearance... INSIDE or OUT








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