Uncovering The Past
The cementitious roof tiles were, I believe, installed circa-1930. They are, mostly, in good condition and will last till the end of time.
However, along this valley I discovered numerous cracked tiles, no doubt caused by being walked on. This is bad. A quick fix is to insert some metal under the cracked tiles so any water getting in will just flow down the new metal rather than rot the wood supporting the roof.
To accomplish this, I removed each broken-off piece, cut some metal to size, inserted it under the tile, then caulked the broken-off piece onto the metal. Easy-peasy!
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