In-depth reports examining the materials and techniques involved with roofing for period-style or historic homes, including roofing repair, tile restoration, gutter systems, chimneys, vents and tile color matching.
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One of the most timeless of roofing materials – terra cotta tile – is as sustainable as it is traditional.
Although it is still considered a niche product, wood roofing is becoming more popular.
Period-style cupolas are an excellent choice for homeowners seeking accessories that return their houses to yesteryear.
A look at the growing market in the traditional building sector for skylights and roof lanterns.
Terra cotta roof tiles have been considered a traditional building material across the United States for centuries.
Wooden brackets, corbels, braces, rafter tails, gable brackets, shutters, are made of Western Red Cedar
A look at the many choices for shapes, colors, and materials when it comes to choosing roofing for period-style homes.
What are the benefits of using engineered slate roofing on period-style or historic homes?