Monday, May 16, 2011

My House Before And AFTER New Metal Roof......Click To Enlarge....


My next  project is a walk going over to the driveway!

9 comments:

Margie's Musings said...

Hey! neat! How will it hold up in a hail storm?

Clara....in TN said...

It's already been inaugurated! No damage!

Rose said...

I like the new look...I wondered what a regular brick house would look like with one like this. It is nice...

Rose said...

It is changed!!!! Thank you so much...I don't know why but last night so many blogs I visited had the embedded form. I would love to know how many comments I have made that were lost before I learned to watch about it not being finished.

And I think someone said if you didn't make a choice, the embedded one is the default.

I don't know why I have such a problem with cookies, but if I don't keep 3rd party cookies turned off, I get so many they will slow the computer way down...sometimes till I cannot hardly do anything.

Again, thank you!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Clara, Just popping by to say HELLO. I haven't heard from you in a long time and when I saw your comment on Rose's blog, I decided to stop by and say HI.

Hope you are doing well... I hadn't heard that your hubby died --so I was sad to hear that. But I do remember that he had been very ill for a long time

Hugs,
Betsy

Neal said...

Nice Clara....I love metal roofs.

Rachel said...

I know lots of folks are going for the metal roofs, but I like the shingles better. But the metal is supposed to last a long long time, so you are all set! Your home looks cozy and inviting!

Mary Martin said...

What an impressive change! I like it better with the metal roof installed. It’s beautiful to look at from afar because it appears brighter. It’s great that you change the old roof into a metal roof. Did you know that it can increase the resale value of your home? Additionally, it offers low maintenance and longer life span.

Tiffany Larsen said...

What a huge difference! Aesthetically speaking, you didn’t go wrong on the metal roof, Clara. It looks absolutely stunning. Did you have it to resemble a slate roof? Its style and texture perfectly match your home’s architecture. Nice work!