But I bet there are clapboards, or possibly earler asbestos shingles underneath.The asbestos shingles were used as early as the 30s, but again, they were usually installed over original clapboards, both to avoid painting and because they added a certain (small) insulating factor. Shaz, was the faux brick asphalt siding in squares or in rolls?Some forums also allow the administrator to create multiple styles or themes, and allow the user to choose which one they wish to view.Themes may simply be a different set of colors and graphics, or they may involve a different layout to the forum, such as one optimized for small-screen devices.This column judges the ability to allow users to export data from the forum installation and then import it in new installations of the same software (cf.right to fork) or feed it to data conversion tools.
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Would unmaintaned wood siding be bad enough to remove by the 1940's and replaced with asphalt?
Someday it would be nice to revert back to the original siding, I just don't know what that would be Speaking of history, people always have tried to avoid extra work; thus I would bet that1) they put on the faux brick not because the wood siding was bad, but in order to get out of painting2) when this was done, nobody felt like taking the wood siding off first.1910 seems too early for faux stuff, just off the top of my head.
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