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From the article: Flashings
Issue: February 2009



For safety purposes, American Roofing & Metal used scaffolding and built an eave-height working platform at all working areas.

Photo courtesy of American Roofing & Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.

From the article: A clean slate
Issue: February 2009



The north/south filter building's interior was divided into sections by plastic curtains hung from the ceiling so the water filtration beds could be kept running as roofing work was performed.

Photo courtesy of American Roofing & Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.

From the article: A clean slate
Issue: February 2009



Crew members remove a 10- by 16-foot section of wood deck to repair a rotting wood beam.

Photo courtesy of American Roofing & Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.

From the article: A clean slate
Issue: February 2009



American Roofing & Metal installs 22- by 14- by 1/4-inch Buckingham-Virginia Unfading Blue-Black Slate.

Photo courtesy of American Roofing & Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.

From the article: A clean slate
Issue: February 2009



A worker touches up paint on the roof's wrought-iron decorative elements.

Photo courtesy of American Roofing & Metal Co. Inc., Louisville, Ky.

From the article: A clean slate
Issue: February 2009



Self-adhering polymer-modified bitumen underlayments provide a weatherproofing layer beneath primary roof coverings, and asphalt-saturated felts are water-shedding.

Photo courtesy of Tarco, Little Rock, Ark.

From the article: Keeping water out
Issue: February 2009



Self-adhering polymer-modified bitumen underlayments provide a weatherproofing layer beneath primary roof coverings, and asphalt-saturated felts are water-shedding.

Photo courtesy of Tarco, Little Rock, Ark.

From the article: Keeping water out
Issue: February 2009



Self-adhering polymer-modified bitumen underlayments provide a weatherproofing layer beneath primary roof coverings, and asphalt-saturated felts are water-shedding.

Photo courtesy of Tarco, Little Rock, Ark.

From the article: Keeping water out
Issue: February 2009


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