Guest User
1/24/2013
Recently bought a beautiful 1890 renovated farmhouse. Not original roof-I believe ti was put on in the 1970's. Our area is frequently windy and it sounds as if the wind is buckling the metal-almost as if the wind is whipping the roof from one end to the other like a wave. I cannot see any deformation occurring but the sound in the house is quite loud. My kids want some sleep! Short of putting cinder blocks on the roof, do you have any suggestions?
Todd Miller
Isaiah Industries, Inc.
1/24/2013
Can you send me pictures of the roof? Also, when you're in the attic looking up, what do you see? What sort of ventilation does your attic have? Has the noise always been like this? If not, did anything in regards to the house change prior to the noise? My email is [email protected]

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