The Breezeway roof, with the “quick-fix” roof removed. It did it’s job over winter in keeping most of the moisture out. I can’t say that the “quick-fix” roof I put on the Servant’s Quarters did as good of a job. The wind has ripped it in several places and I’ve had to add many small pieces of wood to keep it all in place.
The last look at the asphalt roof before it’s removed.
The original tin roof. Surprisingly in better condition than I had expected. There are some rusted out spots, but I’m thinking that had it been properly maintained over the tears, it would have probably lasted a lot longer. Note the drainage channels built into it.
The old tin roof, from the other direction.
Some of the worst areas of damage.