TYPICAL WOOD SHINGLES ON AN EARLY MOUNTAIN CABIN
After posting the image of the Cash family cabin in the previous post, I decided to show the reader a close-up view of what such a roof looked like and why they need fairly regular upkeep.
When a shingle roof gets to this point, the entire roof will soon fail and cave in. And it dosn't take but a few years for the remainter of the house to self-destruct from rain, snow and wind.
For a more detailed view, left click on the image above.