• November 15, 2003

Not Under My Roof

And Why Flashing is a Good Thing

Restoration Diary,

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  1. Jess

    Hello fellow graphic designer! I’m a bit south of you in Chesterfield square (closer to the home depot) in a 1910 bungalow. My roof, well… looks a little saggy. I know this is an old post, but do you have any references for roofers? (Any clue how much something like this costs now?) And hopefully someone that can remove my oh so awesome aluminum siding. God only knows what’s underneath. Love to hear more from you about either of these projects. I put my email in above.

    P.S.
    Your blog inspired me to buy this house a few years ago. Haven’t checked back in awhile and really happy to see you’re posting again!


    • Heather

      Hi! I no longer have the contact info of the guy who did our roof…sorry. But, I do have someone who can remove your siding and repair your original wood siding. It is always a little scary to find out what is waiting underneath! We worked with a contractor named Juan Reyes 626.793.7091 to repair our wood siding after the asbestos was removed.

      Good luck with your project!



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