Our walk-in cooler needed a roof to keep it out of the elements. Jeff built the frame in June, but once CSA deliveries started he couldn't find the time to get the roof on...until one Sunday at the end of August he dusted off the stove top espresso maker and decided to get it done. We usually try to take Sunday off, but projects are starting to build up and winter is just around the corner...there was no better time to dust off the stove top espresso maker.
The price was right on this salvaged barn tin...free! Kelly's mom had it sitting in a pile for years and we asked really nicely and she gave it to us. It had holes in it that had to be sealed with silicone.
Getting the first few sheets of tin up is the hardest part. Once Jeff got in a rhythm it went pretty quick.
This video shows Jeff crawling around on the roof and putting screws through the tin into the lumber to hold it in place. Kelly is down below letting him know if he hit his mark.