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Ed Lundin, president of Lundin Roofing Co., Port Allen, La., with his wife, Mady.

From the article: Flashings
Issue: September 2005



Photo 1: Aggregate from a hospital's built-up roof systems broke several windows in the intensive-care unit.

Photo courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

From the article: The hurricanes of 2004
Issue: September 2005



Photo 2: A substantial amount of water entered this medical office building where the heating, ventilating and air-conditioning unit was blown from the roof.

Photo courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

From the article: The hurricanes of 2004
Issue: September 2005



Photo 3: This new asphalt shingle roof was damaged and lost most of the shingles on the backside of the residence.

Photo courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

From the article: The hurricanes of 2004
Issue: September 2005



Photo 4: The vertical lines of missing tabs are indicative of racking installation, which NRCA does not recommend.

Photo courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

From the article: The hurricanes of 2004
Issue: September 2005



Photo 5: This new mechanically attached tile roof lost several tiles.

Photo courtesy of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

From the article: The hurricanes of 2004
Issue: September 2005



Weisberg Estate, Bedford, N.H.

Photo courtesy of Delta Roofing, North Billerica, Mass.

From the article: Doing it all
Issue: September 2005



Delta Roofing's duties included designing the new roof system, completing all the copper fabrication and installing the entire roof application.

Photo courtesy of Delta Roofing, North Billerica, Mass.

From the article: Doing it all
Issue: September 2005



The new slate roof system replaced a cedar roof system.

Photo courtesy of Delta Roofing, North Billerica, Mass.

From the article: Doing it all
Issue: September 2005


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