Sunday, December 30, 2012

Not much to report. The weather is not good but hey, it's winter. The roof underlayment and the plastic are holding up well. Thankfully, there hasn't been excessive wind. Just snow!


  1. Is that underlayment made of metal? It looks seriously hardcore. I wouldn't worry about the snow, as the underlayment I purchased said it would hold against weather for 6 weeks, and that was just generic stuff.

  2. It's a synthetic underlayment purchased at Lowe's. It's holding up very well and if I have any doubts about it's condition there is plenty more on the roll. If I remember correctly it can stay uncovered 6 months but sure hope I don't put it to the test that long.

  3. Hi Mike,

    How's your shed holding up??

    I'm the Marketing Coordinator at InterWrap Inc. and we manufacture the Titanium Synthetic Roofing Underlayment you've got on there.

    We are so happy to see this feedback and would love to share your blog with other customers- as well as send you some Titanium gifts as a token of our appreciation.

    Please contact me at


  4. Your place is looking good. I hope you get a chance to work on it more since the weather here is starting to get better. Good luck!

  5. @ Michelle, Thank you for the shirts and hats (a few more than what was expected)It was greatly appreciated! Take care. Actually now starting to cover that Titanium, see the latest post...