Maintaining the Historical Properties of our Roofs
Carpenter’s
Roofing & Sheet Metal
EST 1931
 American Heritage Dictionary defines Preservation as:
“To keep in perfect or unaltered condition…To keep safe
from dange...
 Industry & Consultants
 Promote material & methods for cheaper/faster roofs
 Commercial specifications in Residential ...
Cheaper & Faster
 Formal Training: Thing of the Past
 Unions & Trade Schools for Roofing
 Local Resources are Disappearing
 Hawthorne R...
Qualified Preservation Team
Preservation
Industry
Progress
 Architect / Designer
 Owner
 Roof Craftsmen
 Influential Organizations
 Preservation Foundation
 ARCOM
 Historic R...
 Our market is littered with Roofing Contractors
 Leftover from Housing Boom & Hurricanes
 Little knowledge of Maintain...
 Avoid moving from Clay to Cement
 Severe Fading Issues with Colored Cement
 Color and Blend Considerations with Clay
...
 Various Different Manufacturers
 Various different controls & standards
 Coastal Conditions vs. Inland Conditions
 Ba...
 YES! … but primarily White Cement
 Carpenter’s Roofing use to manufacture its own tile
 Items to consider when using c...
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]
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Preservation foundation nov 2011 [final]

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  • 1. Maintaining the Historical Properties of our Roofs Carpenter’s Roofing & Sheet Metal EST 1931
  • 2.  American Heritage Dictionary defines Preservation as: “To keep in perfect or unaltered condition…To keep safe from danger, attack or harm”
  • 3.  Industry & Consultants  Promote material & methods for cheaper/faster roofs  Commercial specifications in Residential design  Elimination of Craftsmen  Creation of “Applicators”  Progressive Movement in Roofing  Many Challenges for Preservation
  • 4. Cheaper & Faster
  • 5.  Formal Training: Thing of the Past  Unions & Trade Schools for Roofing  Local Resources are Disappearing  Hawthorne Roofing  Boy’s Roofing  Ray Roofing  Vision of Palm Beach Architectural Forefathers  Mizner, Fatio, Volk  Demolished or Renovated  Preserve the Vision or Lose it Forever!
  • 6. Qualified Preservation Team Preservation Industry Progress
  • 7.  Architect / Designer  Owner  Roof Craftsmen  Influential Organizations  Preservation Foundation  ARCOM  Historic Review Boards
  • 8.  Our market is littered with Roofing Contractors  Leftover from Housing Boom & Hurricanes  Little knowledge of Maintaining Historic Properties  Salesmen not Craftsmen  Roofing Craftsmen  Knowledge transfer from one generation to the next  Historic Design Details  Intimate Knowledge of Products  Passion & Pride
  • 9.  Avoid moving from Clay to Cement  Severe Fading Issues with Colored Cement  Color and Blend Considerations with Clay  Be cautious of “New Products”  Seek the advice of your Qualified Preservation Team!  Seek the Craftsman not the Salesman  If they are selling systems & guarantees you aren’t buying  Planning Meeting  Flashing Details  Tile Blends  Tile Mockup Board
  • 10.  Various Different Manufacturers  Various different controls & standards  Coastal Conditions vs. Inland Conditions  Barrier Island Ocean Exposure  Erosion with some clay products  Blending  Blending is an Art  Hot Spots  Profiles  Small vs. Large
  • 11.  YES! … but primarily White Cement  Carpenter’s Roofing use to manufacture its own tile  Items to consider when using cement tile  The only cement tile that is color fast is WHITE  All other colors will fade over time; some more than others  Most will fade dramatically!  Different Levels of Quality  Seek the advice of your Qualified Preservation Team!

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