Raise the Roof

After receiving more than 100 vinyl records from a 70-year-old couple, Matt Glassmeyer put them to good use as a roof for his porch in Nashville. To test their durability, he left the records outside. “After two years in the rain, heat, and snow, I cleaned a few off,” Glassmeyer says. “They were the same—no brittleness or warping. They were still shiny, even.”

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1 comment:

  1. The durability of his roof is amazing. Who would've thought that using vinyl records for your own roof would do wonders? With this kind of roofing, I can imagine that he's not having any problem about leaks in his roof. But then again, I could be wrong.