The Pennsylvania Lumber Museum needed reroofing on several different roof elevations. KLA Roofing & Construction, LLC was awarded the bid for the project. KLA Roofing & Construction, LLC demo the old roofing system, we determined that the existing roof deck was not suitable for re-roofing, so therefore after consulting with the Historic Preservation Architect from the PA Historic & Museum Commission. It was determined that all roof elevations needed new roof decking installed.
KLA Roofing & Construction, LLC installed the new roof decking to each roof area and then applied water proof membrane to ensure the structure remained water tight and no interior exhibits or finishes were damaged. After this was completed, KLA Roofing & Construction, LLC installed new roofing to all areas on the main building and the 4 associated outs buildings.
Gallery (click a photo to see a larger version):
Existing Roofs and Structures Before Demoltion
During Demolition Process
During Demolition - Decking Unsuitable for Shingles
New Roof Decking
New Decking with Lightning Protection Installed
New Decking with Waterproof Membrane
Adding Shingles to Roof
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