Reisterstown Library Roof to be Repaired
Work begins this week to repair the leaky roofs at the Reisterstown Library.
Contractors begin fixing the Reisterstown Library’s roof this week.
The roof structures on the two additions to the library’s original building have leaked in recent years, compromising the safety of the collection and individuals in the building, according to a Baltimore County Public Library press release.
The project costs $112,000, half of which is covered by the County Library Capital Grant Program through the Maryland State Department of Education. The work is being completed by Baltimore-based Phoenix Contracting Services.
“The replacement of the standing seam roof and the membrane flat roof at the Reisterstown Branch will allow us to continue to provide library service to the community for years to come,” said Jo Pinder, Baltimore County Public Library’s assistant director for support services, in a press release.