Restoring an Ancient Barn Roof | Part 3

This barn roof was built alongside the original farmhouse in 1732, which makes it 288 years old. Over the years it’s had its clay tiles replaced with cement boards, and a leaking corner has rotted away some of the oak frame and so it was time for it to be returned to its former glory. […]

This barn roof was built alongside the original farmhouse in 1732, which makes it 288 years old. Over the years it’s had its clay tiles replaced with cement boards, and a leaking corner has rotted away some of the oak frame and so it was time for it to be returned to its former glory. I really enjoyed cutting these scarf joints and thought it warranted a standalone video. The regular format will resume next video! If you want to follow along, please subscribe

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