The family house, which was built from timber and tar paper
, was quickly ablaze.
I moved outside, where I covered the house in black tar paper
. Overlap it 3 inches, I was told.
As with many New York office buildings, the roof on 1185 consists of a permanent concrete deck covered by many layers of tar, tar paper
, asphalt and stone.
Imagine driving 100 miles in a car taped with clear plastic to keep out the rain (your windshield 50 miles west of you) to purchase diapers, food, and tar paper
With the onset of World War II, the national matches were again postponed and Camp Perry was soon pressed into use as a prisoner of war camp as literally hundreds of tar paper
"hutments" were constructed to handle the influx of prisoners.
His account of a migrant family making a toilet by digging a hole in the ground near their tar paper
shack, then surrounding the hole with burlap, tells us more about the precariousness of being poor than most books on the culture of overt .
After much thought, we decided to lay the shakes over tar paper
was already being used for rainwater control purposes.
The demolition will be preceded by an abatement of each structure to completely remove all asbestos containing materials such as exterior siding, roof shingles, tar paper
, pipe wrap and interior floor tiles.
The top layer of tar paper
and shingles were ripped off of the entire length of the roof.