SIDNEY – The Fremont County Courthouse is getting a new roof expected to last as long as the building.
Courthouse Maintenance Supervisor Troy Housh said periodic roof leaks were causing damage to the building, so it was decided to take advantage of Lasttime Exteriors’ warranty for a stone-coated, metal roof.
He said the new roof will not only be durable, but will preserve the traditional look of the building.
Housh: “You wouldn’t be able to tell the difference from standing on the ground. It will be white. We’re going back with the same look that was originally put on the building in the late 1800s. It will be exciting to see when it’s all completed, that’s for sure.”
He said the $50,000 roofing project is expected to be complete within 10 days.