Congratulations!! Here's hoping things are OK after the next storm.Thanks for the description. It let me experience roof repair vicariously, which is the only way it will happen. At my weight (don't ask but it is a lot) the roof might not hold up. And if I tried to go up higher than a step stool, the wife would shoot a tranquilizer dart into my butt before I got to the second rung. And she wouldn't miss! She already nursed me through a couple of leg injuries.Suggestion for your well-earned aches: a comfortable chair, a good book, a full pipe, and sufficient quantities of Wild Turkey 101 bourbon sipped slowly over several hours. Trust me, it works.Jeff The Bear
Jeff - If I can get a prescription like that, I might go up on my roof more often!
Not too shabby, good sir. Blends in nicely, considering it is a completely different shingle. Hopefully that will hold up even longer than you expect. Roof work can be a pain.
You did a great job repairing your roof! How did you manage to do it all by yourself? Roof repair is not an easy task, so yes, kudos to those who do roof repair as a job. Anyway, I hope your roof can indeed withstand extreme weather conditions like storms.-Brendan Gertner
A typewritten post? That surely is neat! I guess it’s not a bad idea to go old school sometimes! It seems that you’ve done some major work on the roof. Roof repairs can be a daunting task, but with perseverance and determination, you can achieve this gargantuan task of removing and replacing the roof shingles. Upon looking at the pictures, I say you done an amazing job!
Roof repair and a typewritten post, all done by you, WOW! I could not imagine myself doing either of the two. Anyway, so how was the experience of doing roof repairs? I must say that you did a good job! Cheers!-Lida Swisher
I’m surely coming again to read these articles and blogs. Jason
It is tough repairing roofs. But by the looks of your newly repaired roof, it seems like you’ve had your hand in it for quite some time now. After you’re done repairing the rest, way up from the back, your roof will be good as new. Good job, Winston! By the way, I hope you didn’t forget to install the ice and water shield; and I hope there are no overhanging shingles at the eaves.Sierra Nordgren
Repairing one’s roof is fulfilling, no matter how good or bad you were. Looking at the pictures of your roof, I can surmise that you did well. You have maintained the original look of your roof, yet recovered its classic beauty. Good job!