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Old 12-15-2015, 07:25 AM   #21
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$1,250 is not out of line it could need decking, added insulation ect.

Properly done metal is another option, we have one on our old shop a barrel roof like that, it was 20 or so years old before it developed problems, it's even the old nailed type.
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Old 12-15-2015, 07:25 AM   #22
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They make a continuous rib panel that I use on round roof barns
Works great for going around curves
Can get sheet close to 50' in length, I you can handle them that big
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I looked into coating but was not sure if it would work being that the tin job is so nasty. If I were to fix the tin is that an option. I will also look into the tin you spoke about. When working with a job that price I would like to see all my options
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I looked into coating but was not sure if it would work being that the tin job is so nasty. If I were to fix the tin is that an option. I will also look into the tin you spoke about. When working with a job that price I would like to see all my options
Why is the tin leaking? If its leaking because the panels aren't overlapped enough, you could try removing some screws and sliding panels underneath the upper and over the lower panel.
You could try one or ten spots and see if its a viable option.
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$1,250 is not out of line it could need decking, added insulation ect.
True. I realize that I assumed the best scenario, when really I should know better than that in this business!

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