1930s house in Los Angeles with original super-heavy spanish tiles and
gobs of cement holding them in place - except where a couple have come
What's a good solution for fixing a couple of loose ones?
I hope it's something a layman can do without major effort.
There are various ways to install Spanish style tiles. One way is what you
Another way - better, IMO - is to nail the first course then mortar the
rest. Mortar holds them very nicely to 90# roofing that has been hot mopped
on. The result is a roof with no nail penetrations (and no 1x2s to rot)
that will last for decades.
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