I really haven’t paid much attention to the “Royal Wedding” that took place at Buckingham Palace this morning, but I do wish the newly married couple a happy life together. I thought to myself this morning, when I woke up to snow, “Guards at the wedding have to be happy they don’t live in my town!” Waking up to an inch of snow in late April is not an unheard of occurrence around these parts, but it really can be quite disheartening when you are so ready for the warmth of Spring to come around. I'm thinking that the warm weather of California is asking me to come back. Hope all is happy and warm wherever you are spending your Spring.
Posted by Roof Things on 4/29/2011 to Weather
Listen to the stress the sliding snow is putting on this roof as it shifts its weight around. Most buildings in Glacier National Park have metal roofs and when temperature rise or it rains the snow starts sliding off the roofs which will sometimes shake the buildings. Employees at Glacier captured such an event in the following video. The grand finale is at the end of the video.
Posted by Roof Things on 1/27/2011 to Metal Roof Articles
SureBond SB-190 adhesive drying and curing times depend upon weather conditions. The guys over at Sno Shield posted a quick article (Adhesive Deadline) about the amount of time it takes SB-190 compound to completely cure. I thought it would be good to share some of the information here.
Posted by Roof Things on 10/23/2010 to SB-190 Articles