I just purchase a 1928 Monterrey Colonial in San Marino California. The home needs a lot of work. First on the list is a new roof. The current 45 squares of roof is a mix of wood shake and shingle on about a 3/12 pitch. The city will only allow me to put on a class A sake/shingle system or Monier Cederlite. The one quote that I have received is for the Cederlite and includes:
- new plywood
That is almost $1,000 a square which seems high to meÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã‚Â¦ but I could be wrong.
I need advise from people wiser than me. What would you do? Limited of the house are at 1464virginia.com/