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Terracotta roof #7334088
08/19/21 12:59 PM
08/19/21 12:59 PM
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Killingly, CT
Brian Mongeau Offline OP
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Do any of you guys do bat work on these types of buildings? I think I'll pass on this one. It's in CT if anyone is interested.

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Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7334121
08/19/21 02:24 PM
08/19/21 02:24 PM
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I have done two in my career. I think I may pass on the 3rd one if it comes along.

Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7334269
08/19/21 04:57 PM
08/19/21 04:57 PM
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Schenectady, NY
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I'd run. Sometimes it's best to realize you're looking at a no win situation. If you can't solve the issue, both you, and the client are going to be unhappy.

Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7334381
08/19/21 07:02 PM
08/19/21 07:02 PM
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Killingly, CT
Brian Mongeau Offline OP
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Oh, I already ran. If they strip the roof and put on asphalt, I'll consider it. Too old, too tired and too much residential work to do as it is.
I was just interested in who has done them, and how did it go?

Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7338717
08/24/21 07:21 PM
08/24/21 07:21 PM
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Spanish two pieces or concrete tile?
I do lots of it
Two piece sucks


Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7338725
08/24/21 07:29 PM
08/24/21 07:29 PM
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Killingly, CT
Brian Mongeau Offline OP
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Not sure Vinke, never gave it a thought. Also don't know much about it. I've only worked on one house with tiles, that was for sparrows and starlings. And it was a PITA.

Re: Terracotta roof [Re: Brian Mongeau] #7338763
08/24/21 08:06 PM
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Two piece has pans and covers
Covers are nailed to a board that runs vertically up the roof. Lots of that on older experience homes in AZ


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