December 1, 2011

Up on the Roof (Day 2)

Posted in Roof tagged , , , , , , at 11:47 pm by stonebankblog

The roofing crew positioned a sheet of insulation atop the new plywood decking.

The roofers covered the Stone Bank's south parapet with insulation and plywood so the rubber membrane could be attached and put a stop to the water damage inside the stone walls.

The insulation is secured and the roof membrane is readied for installation.

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This is a view of the north parapet, from which the crumbling concrete cap was removed and roofers built a new frame to cover it.

Detail of the insulation layer and how it was fastened to the roof deck.

The Skinner Roofing crew made amazing progress in two days -- because they encountered some unexpected issues.

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1 Comment »

  1. Thanks to the intrepid Scott Wagar of the Bottineau Courant, who braved the climb and took all of these pictures of the roofing in progress.

    Word Press created a little dusting of snow for the blog — running through the holidays! Just like the real thing but not as cold.

    Why not click “follow” and be on the inside track with all Stone Bank updates?


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