Guest User
8/19/2007
We are replacing a asbestos single roof on a historic museum which has the dutch lap shingle style. This roof was damaged during Hurricane Katrina and we need to make it look the same. The tiles are 16x16 inch singles and have a textured finish. They are installed to overlap on two sides and are pinned together on the unlapped corner. Your website photo gallery shows a diamond style roof under "Metal Shingle/Slate" which we have in the area using asbestos tiles. Can you advise if the Dutch lap style is manufactured in metal and where we might be able to get it? Thank you.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
8/19/2007
Any chance you can email a photo to me at [email protected]
Guest User
8/21/2007
Sorry, but most photos of the building were lost in the storm. I will try to find some and advise if I get one. The roof is very much like the photos of the roof called Castletop in the gallery. The difference is instead of being diamond shaped, the shingles are square and it had the rounded ridge line caps. I'll check on the photos some more. Thanks. Larry.
Guest User
8/21/2007
I have located another small building which has the same roof we are looking for. I have attached pictures of the shingles and how they are laid along with the ridge caps. Thank you.
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
8/23/2007
Many of the metal shingle systems available today have a similar look.
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