The purpose of going out into the field is so I can learn the terminology and industry, but I get to indulge in some pretty picturesque views. Each day, I get to see sights the average Oregonian doesn’t get to see and enjoy. From the rooftops, the world appears more at ease and peaceful. It would be selfish of me not to share my views with the rest of the community.
I’ve decided to share my favorites. Each week, I’ll provide my three favorite photos I took during the week. This week features photos of a streaking roof, the definition of ‘yukies and nasties’, and an incredibly pristine roof:
You think this roof might have a problem? This is the result of using some kind of zinc sulfate product in attempt to kill the moss. Side effects may include zebra stripes, dead plants, and a ruined ecosystem.
One of our Twitter followers this week said, “Nobody should use the term ‘wacking the nasty’ EVER”. This is our pictorial definition of a nasty that needs to be whacked.
This roof gives me absolute goosebumps when I see it. This is a 1 inch Tapersawn cedar shake. One of the best money can buy.