Friday, January 11, 2013

Siding Repair

Andy | Friday, January 11, 2013 | Best Blogger Tips

Wind damage from Hurricane Sandy. I got off easy.

13 comments:

  1. I see a fellow building a scaffold and a lose drainpipe. Also a lot of the cladding is disappeared. Its not your house I hope.In the netherlands al the cladding and the tiles on the roofs are laid so that wind from the south west cannot get under it because otherwise on corners the stuff will fly off by the first stiff breeze.

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  2. I hope that you get your house repaired soon.

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  3. I understand it's still really bad in the northeast, but it's not on the news anymore. If this is your place, Andy, I hope it's repaired quickly and your home owner's insurance covers it.

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  4. I'm glad you got off easy but any damage is just too much. Sorry for the Hurricane doing such mess for everyone.

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  5. Oh, no fun. I'm glad it wasn't worse for you.

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  6. Incredible how widespread the damage from Sandy has been (I also hope this is not your house!)

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  7. Makes you realize how the idea of "safe" is sometimes an illusion.

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  8. I am continually stunned when I see the damage that Sandy caused. Living here in hurricane central we haven't seen as much damage as Sandy caused in a long...and I hope even longer..time.

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    1. Nope not me. He's one of the construction crew.

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  10. I've put lots of siding on Habitat houses. This job isn't too bad so long as there is someone on the ground to cut the lengths. Dramatic photo from this angle.

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  11. I'm not good with heights so I'm glad it's not me up there!

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