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About 3400sf.  It was a bright 85 degree day.  Tile roof kinda had us worried, but it came out great.  Luckily it was easy to walk and a 40% mix did really well on the tiles.  The only trouble areas were the grouted ridge caps.

 

 

 

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About 3400sf.  It was a bright 85 degree day.  Tile roof kinda had us worried, but it came out great.  Luckily it was easy to walk and a 40% mix did really well on the tiles.  The only trouble areas were the grouted ridge caps.

It looks great guys! A few rains, and it will be a showpiece roof. When you have a tile roof like this, and no gutters, with tarped plants, it is always best to rinse about 1/3 of the lower edge of the roof.

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Chris,

We probably rinsed more like the bottom half of the roof lol. It was our first tile roof so we were taking precautions. But I was happy with it and I'm not easy to please . The owner was even happier so it turned out good. Thank you for that last minute advice over the phone man. Your input is always greatly appreciated.

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Chris,

We probably rinsed more like the bottom half of the roof lol. It was our first tile roof so we were taking precautions. But I was happy with it and I'm not easy to please . The owner was even happier so it turned out good. Thank you for that last minute advice over the phone man. Your input is always greatly appreciated.

Call anytime, vs making a mistake guys! 

I love helping people not make all the mistakes I did, once.

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