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Hey! neat! How will it hold up in a hail storm?
It's already been inaugurated! No damage!
I like the new look...I wondered what a regular brick house would look like with one like this. It is nice...
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!
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 timeHugs,Betsy
Nice Clara....I love metal roofs.
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!
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.
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!
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