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Re: Hurricane Michael

Postby mozer71 » Sat Oct 13, 2018 2:38 pm

What I meant wasn't about tin roofing. That's just where the tree rested. I have a similar add-on to a 1930's brick garage. The intersection of the addition is similar to yours. If not for the heavy rafter beams and ties of the the original, block and brick walls, the addition may have been crushed.

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Re: Hurricane Michael

Postby Shane N. » Sat Oct 13, 2018 4:02 pm

My whole building has tin roof and tin on the walls. It’s not cinderblock walls or brick. If you see any brick on the walls of mine it’s that tar brick paper stuff.

Edit for more explaining. The middle on the back where you see wood is a door where I keep my zero turn. To the right of that is tin running sideways, I think that may be what you think is block, it’s actually a big door that opens up the whole end of the lean to. The left side is tin for a wall on a room for the inside. The only cinderblock on this building is 2 layers high for the foundation. The rest is lumber and tin. The original building has brick looking tar paper as a cover, I added all the shed on the original building.
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Re: Hurricane Michael

Postby mozer71 » Sun Oct 14, 2018 12:57 am

Oh man. Bottom line is that your shed is well constructed. A tree that size doesn't lay too gently straight on. I am only happy your damage wasn't severe.


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