A New Roof for Our Woodshop

Jai Ganesha!

Gone are the days of placing buckets under leaks in our wood shop roof. Recently, a hired team completed the installation of new roofing material for the wood shop. The previous roof was made of clear, corrugated, plastic roofing, which over time had succumb to our strong UV and heavy rains. Our new metal roofing should last much longer. It also includes several clear sections as skylights, letting in some sun to keep the shop well lit. Aum.

5 Responses to “A New Roof for Our Woodshop”

  1. Pethuraja says:


  2. Jnanideva says:

    Excellent !!

  3. deva seyon says:

    Wailua Homesteads get some kind of precipitation, on average, 234 days per year. This is not a downpour on all these days but you can imagine why Kauaians put their roof on top of the maintenance chart. Watch a home inspector on the island when a real estate transaction is in place and the first thing he does when he jumps out of his truck is grab his extension ladder. Everything of value is under the roof in more ways than one. Having said that for those who have ever seen the collection of ancient and modern tools in the monastery woodshop – we can breathe easier now that all is protected.

  4. Devi Marks says:

    So happy that your beautiful shop filled with priceless tools will continue to remain dry and safe. You indeed create art in your shop and that is reflected in so many projects around the buildings and grounds. Art it is!!!

  5. Rajendra Giri says:

    Looks nice.

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