24 June, 2021

new roof

working on it before the rain comes.





42 comments:

  1. Ireland is really slateland.

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  2. Looks like a game or a puzzle... :)

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  3. Hello,
    Looks great, I hope it last for years to come!
    Have a happy day!

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  4. Good to see people working again.

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  5. Not a roofing material we see here.

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  6. Very brave to work up there.

    God bless.

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  7. Roofing is hard work; I have done a few in my day. Are the tiles made of slate?

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    1. Yes they're made of slate, most of the roofs here are.

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  8. Good to see progress. Hopefully, you won't have to worry about any of them as thieves after they get off work. Of course, I heard this story a decade or so ago that happened to a teacher I knew..how the roofers stole all their stuff.

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  9. Funny how we wear our our roofs…

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  10. Good idea Bill.. a new roof is like the icing on the cake šŸ˜‰

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  11. Not a job you'd catch me doing these days; my head for heights is not what it used to be.

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  12. I thought they were installing a solar system :-)

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  13. Everytime I have seen a roofing project, it has made me thankful not to be up there doing that job!

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  14. They must check the weather before starting the work:-)) Happy day Bill.

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  15. By the looks of the sky it looks like they probably won't finish before the rain arrives!

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  16. Looks like the house got a cool haircut :)
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    https://pagesfromjayashree.blogspot.com/2021/06/voltage-drop-and-load-shedding.html

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  17. It looks like they should hurry!

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  18. I have done some of this work, and roofing is hard. Here people working on roofs would be required to have safety harnesses and ropes. Good work in progress photo.

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  19. Ɖ uma telha diferente, da que por aqui usamos... mas se calhar bem mais eficiente, para escoar a Ć”gua da chuva
    Adorei ver, esse telhado em grandes progressos! Um grande abraƧo!
    ContinuaĆ§Ć£o de uma boa semana, estimando que tudo esteja bem, aĆ­ desse lado!
    Ana

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  20. Hard and risky work, but necessary.
    Good shot.

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  21. Daring job and its a cool shot on the work!

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  22. Looks like a very well organized job! I hope they beat the rain.

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  23. I could never do that, I don't like heights. Looks like it'll be a nice roof though.

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  24. Una vez restaurado, no habrĆ” peligro de que entre el agua en el interior de la casa.

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  25. A big job. I've shingled a roof a time or two!!

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  26. They better get crack-a-lacking!

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  27. Hopefully they did not have to do it in the rains!

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  28. Genial fotografĆ­a y es bueno prevenir que sufrir en las lluvias. Te mando un beso

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  29. Bill - I always admire people who can work at those sort of heights!!!

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  30. Very good job
    we got a new roof 2 years ago

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  31. Certainly not a job for those who are afraid of heights! Neat capture, Bill.

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  32. At least it will be dry inside when they finish, wondering did they get it all on before it rained.

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  33. Great roof. I am jealous lol we have a flat roof :-|

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  34. Looks like it will last a very long time and it is very pretty. Thankful for roofers, I'm sure not going to be up on a roof!

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  35. I really admire people who do this kind of hard work. It is grueling in warm weather.

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