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Wow, the tiles on the roof are really old! You mean to say you used those tiles for a new roofing? Well, that's a nice restoration idea! Who thought of it?
Ooh, that restoration seems tough. Those tiles seem heavy, and they look like they aren't too easy to place on the roof. The walls are quite old as well. But did you put that pile of grass up there? Looks like it grew on its own. I congratulate you for having an instant green roof! =)
Wow, it's so amazing that some of those century-old tiles survived going through all kinds of weather all those years. Those are some sturdy tiles you got. How did the new roof turn out? I'd love to see those old tiles used in a different building.
These Spanish tiles are so adorable! Who wouldn’t want to have those tiles on their roof? Like what Herb said, those tiles definitely look so heavy. If all “old” looks like this, then I’d rather have old stuff than new ones.-Linda Wise
I'm trying to convince my dad to go for a green roof for one of our rooms. It is an old flat and leaking concrete roof, I reckon we could build a gradient to it to better drain water. What did you use for waterproof material, any advice on types of soils? I'm also in the Oaxaca Valley, (Tetitlan del Valle). Cheers.
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