The Roofing Handbook for Historic Buildings
The only major publication addressing the maintenance, repair, and replacements of historic roofs. This invaluable handbook contains a compilation of essays, technical reference materials, and information on both historic roofing and the application of modern material to historic buildings. Within its 400 pages, it features such topics as code issues, performance, historic and modern technology, substitute and traditional materials, evaluation and planning, and maintenance procedures. Published in 1999 by HPEF.