Last edited by Vosar
Thursday, October 15, 2020 | History

2 edition of Roofing for historic buildings found in the catalog.

Roofing for historic buildings

Sarah Maria Sweetser

Roofing for historic buildings

by Sarah Maria Sweetser

  • 143 Want to read
  • 24 Currently reading

Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, National Park Service, Preservation Assistance Division, Technical Preservation Services, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roofing,
  • Roofs -- Maintenance and repair,
  • Historic buildings -- Conservation and restoration

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSarah M. Sweetser
    SeriesPreservation briefs ; 4
    ContributionsUnited States. National Park Service. Technical Preservation Services Division
    The Physical Object
    Pagination8 p. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13565320M

    The American composition roofing industry emerged in the s, and by the s it was flourishing. Asphalt-im-pregnated fibers with or without aggregate (such as cinders) pressed into the exposed surface were packaged for roofing as long strips on rolls. A shift from roll roofing to hand-cut asphalt shingles began in   Carefully Select Roofing Materials to Maintain the Character of Historic Buildings. Novem by Ward Hamilton Leave a Comment. Selecting a historically appropriate roofing material is often restrictive as a simple matter .

    A historic buildings restoration project requires a set of skills that our competitors do not have. ARC Roofing is qualified and experienced in working on older structures and know how to repair or replace your roofing during historic buildings restoration. Our portfolio of projects demonstrated our experience with historic buildings restoration. The landscape of Great Britain is filled with historical buildings and landmarks; we have a vast range of books covering the earliest buildings in England all the way through to modern architecture and the homes we live in today. Our new edition of The English Heritage Guide to London’s Blue Plaques is also not to be missed.

      2. New Business Owners Have a Preference for Historic Buildings. Jane Jacobs, the urban activist who wrote the groundbreaking book The Death and Life of Great American Cities, discussed the advantages certain businesses enjoy when . In-depth reports examining the materials and techniques involved with roofing for classically-styled or historic buildings, including roofing repair, tile restoration, gutter systems, chimneys, vents and tile color matching.


Share this book
You might also like
Introduction to social psychology

Introduction to social psychology

government education and teachers.

government education and teachers.

Strength increases in steels

Strength increases in steels

Professions of taste

Professions of taste

Death Flight

Death Flight

Verbal and exploratory responses to sound sequences of varying complexity.

Verbal and exploratory responses to sound sequences of varying complexity.

Final report to the Twenty-third Legislature of the Territory of Alaska.

Final report to the Twenty-third Legislature of the Territory of Alaska.

Auerbach guide to microform readers and reader-printers.

Auerbach guide to microform readers and reader-printers.

Randall Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury

Randall Davidson, Archbishop of Canterbury

Karl Llewellyn papers

Karl Llewellyn papers

Out & about

Out & about

Natures secret messages

Natures secret messages

Successes of the United Nations

Successes of the United Nations

Matthew - sage theologian

Matthew - sage theologian

Bartons executorship law and accounts.

Bartons executorship law and accounts.

Roofing for historic buildings by Sarah Maria Sweetser Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Roofing for historic buildings. [Sarah Maria Sweetser; United States. Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation. Technical Preservation Services Division.].

Barrett’s Hand Book on Roofing and Waterproofing for Architects, Engineers, and Builders, Barrett Manufacturing Co., The development of built-up roofing—comprising alternating layers of asphalt-impregnated fabric and bituminous coatings—changed the shape of buildings, quite literally, in the temperate regions of the steep-slope roof was no longer necessary for.

Get this from a library. Roofing for historic buildings. [Sarah Maria Sweetser; United States. National Park Service. Technical Preservation Roofing for historic buildings book Division.].

Historic Roofing Company specializes in the "lost art and craft" of slate, tile, cedar wood and metal roofing, gutters, downspouts, carpentry and more. We provide consultation with expertise in restoration, new residential and commercial construction, maintenance, & repair.

The roots of asphalt shingles can be found in composition roofing that developed in the United States in the midth century. In the last quarter of the 19th century the site-layered components of built up roofing were adapted to produce a factory assembled product of long strips.

Packaged in rolls this material, once called "ready roofing. The Roofing Handbook for Historic Buildings The only major publication addressing the maintenance, repair, and replacements of historic roofs.

This invaluable handbook contains a compilation of essays, technical reference materials, and information on both historic roofing and the application of modern material to historic buildings. Traditional roofing materials continue to lead the pack when it comes to historic public buildings.

Traditional roofing materials — think sheet metal, clay tile and slate — continue to crown public buildings large and small not only because of their timeless beauty but also by virtue of their proven durability. The contents reflect the work of the Building Conservation and Research Team, their colleagues at Historic England, and their consultants and researchers, who together have many decades of accumulated experience in dealing with deteriorating building materials and systems of all types/5(3).

ROOFING 6 SEP indd 5 12/09/ For the most prestigious buildings belonging to church, royalty or aristocracy, the 5 material of choice was lead and, to a lesser extent, copper. Depending on the ownership and location of quarries or brickyards, stone, slates or. The two primary shapes of roofs on historic buildings in Washington are flat and sloped.

The design of a roof shape is based on a number of considerations including the building's height, use, wall materials and structural elements. Flat Roofs Most rowhouses, semi-attached residential buildings and commercial buildings have flat Size: 1MB.

Roofing for Historic Buildings The resource discusses the benefits of regular inspections, monitoring, and seasonal maintenance work; provides general guidance on maintenance treatments for historic building exteriors; and emphasizes the importance of keeping a written record of completed work.

This volume, Roofing, looks at traditional roof coverings used on historic buildings. Many materials and systems have been used to provide roof coverings, and the book provides information about their technological evolution, the processes causing deterioration, and ways of assessing problems and solutions.

Vincent Hobson has filled a huge information gap with his book, Historic and Obsolete Roofing Tile, a full-color book with well over color photographs. Hobson's book provides anyone interested in clay tile roofs with the self-described "only guide to.

Browse roofing content in Buildings FM Topics. 02/10/ Roofing Solutions to Make Your Roof a Walkable Space (IRE ) 01/02/ Roofing Roof Safety Tips for.

Book Description. Roofing looks at traditional roof coverings used on historic buildings. Many materials and systems have been used to provide roof coverings, and the book provides information about their technological evolution, the processes causing deterioration, and ways of assessing problems and solutions.

Walk the aisles of a home improvement store, browse the internet or visit our roofing gallery, and you’ll find a huge array of different roofing materials in use asphalt shingles are common in many locales, classically elegant ceramic tiles are now widely available and are a great choice for homes here in the Southwest.

Roofing looks at traditional roof coverings used on historic buildings. Many materials and systems have been used to provide roof coverings, and the book provides information about their technological evolution, the processes causing deterioration, and ways of assessing problems and solutions.4/5(2).

He is the author of Building Pathology: Principles and Practice (Blackwell Publishing,), co-author of Measurement and Recording of Historic Buildings (Donhead Publishing,), and was Editor of the Journal of Architectural Conservation for ten years until Cited by: Heritage roofing can be defined as roof covering works carried out with traditional materials and workmanship to buildings which have an historic value.

This is as opposed to modern materials and workmanship used with current building practices. The National Heritage Roofing Register is part of an initiative to promote understanding and. Kelly’s new book, “American Roofing: Roofing in America,’’ at pages, is one of the first books of its kind to take an in-depth look at an industry Kelly knows inside and out after.

1. The South Carolina Historical Society. Huber undertook a notable roof restorations on the Fireproof Building — a National Historic Landmark located in Charleston, S.C. Currently the home of the South Carolina Historical Society, upon its construction inthis building was designed to house public records for the city of Charleston.Other Materials: Asphalt shingles and roll roofing were used in the s.

Many roofs of asbestos, aluminum, stainless steel, galvanized steel, and lead-coated copper may soon have historic values as well. Awareness of these and other traditions of roofing materials and their detailing will contribute to more sensitive preservation treatments.Tile Roofing: Historic and Obsolete Roofing Tile - Preserving the History of Roofing Tiles* by Vincent H.

Hobson and Melvin Mann. "The only reference book ever compiled addressing the identification of old, historic and obsolete roofing tiles." 8.