Old Cedar Building Material Recovery

The Tomball Museum Center maintenance group had plenty to crow about recently. David Roche’s property, off FM2978 just into Montgomery County, had a collapsed structure laying dormant for several years. This 60+ year old building was full of beautiful, old, real cedar siding that will live to see another day at the Tomball Museum where it will likely go to repairing the museum’s old barn building.
Pictured here is Jim Hayhurst who, along with David Roche and Bob Watts, spent the morning reclaiming and de-nailing cedar siding. It will be put to good use once it’s brought back to the museum grounds, cleaned and nailed up for use for another 60+ years.