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Hi, I live in a circa 1910 Edwardian San Francisco building. We have a large plaster facade at the top of the building that is covered by strips of grey lead roofing with ornamental curves. The metal, after nearly 100 years, is corroding and must be removed and replaced. We would like to keep the historic look, but want a tile that is also light and easy to work with, as it is going to be a sensitive job, reroofing this delicate plaster. Of course in this economy we are hoping to keep the costs reasonable as well. Steel, copper, composite - suggestions? Thanks!
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
Any chance you can email me photos of the existing? [email protected]
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