Forum Title: roof stripping question
First post here and I'm hoping someone has some suggestions. I own a 1860?s schoolhouse that has 2 layers of asphalt shingles on it. It's a 12/12 pitch and the peak is 35 feet high. It has wide vertical boards under the shingles so I know I'm going to have to sheath it with either OSB or plywood before I put the new shingles on. My problem is that I will be doing the whole job by myself with little or no help. I plan on doing this next year and due to the uncertain weather we enjoy here in Maine, I figure I'll have to do this in stages. Has anyone else tried to strip just sections of a roof, install the shingles and then move onto the next section above? My concern is having those old shingles scrape across the new ones on the way to the ground as I tear them off. Any suggestions as to how to approach this job would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Category: Roofing Post By: REGINA BREWER (Pearland, TX), 02/11/2018

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