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Fall Protection for Roofing Workers

When working on an exterior home design project there are few areas as dangerous as the roof. When you get

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4 Ways We Keep Our Roofing Contractors Safe!

The Bureau of Labor Statistics reports roofing to be among one of the most dangerous and injury-prone jobs a person

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History of Roofing Rite Grade Red Cedar Shingles

Rite Grade Inspected Red Cedar Shingles on your roof in the early 1900’s meant you had quality inspected product prior to installation. This trademark was the property of over one hundred shingle mills that could use this label as proof of standards and quality of the members of the West Coast Lumbermen’s Association based at 483 Henry Blvd. Seattle Wash. These shingle

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Western Red Cedar Shingles

Roofing in Roseville, CA in 1906 was the boom year for this little town. As you can see the cedar shingles were attached directly to skip sheathing. Cedar shingle were very popular as roof coverings in those days with hundreds of shingle mills from California to Canada, there was plenty of trees to fill the demand for wood shingles. The railroad

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History of Roofing Old Roofing Wagon

Henry R. Woeckener. Here we have a great look into the past and History of Roofing. Henry R. Woeckener’s horse drawn roofing wagon. Specailizing in Tin, Slate, and Galvanized Roofing. Offering Rain Troughs and Spouts. Also, Copper Lightening Rods. Henry A. Woeckener, was doing business in Erie Pennsylvania. I am not sure when this photo was taken or much about Henry A. Woeckener’s