When a roof is in motion, the air around it tends to flow towards it.
This movement of air causes the air to expand and fall.
The result is that the roof is pushed towards the ground, where it can catch on the ground.
This can cause damage to the ground and the building’s structural integrity.
In the case of the house roof in the above video, the homeowner did manage to keep the roof from toppling over.
The video shows a house in motion.
In order to achieve this, the roof must first be pulled down, and then the roof itself must be pulled back up again.
The process of pulling down the roof can be difficult for homeowners.
It is usually done with a sledgehammer or an excavator.
The sledge hammer can be used to pull down the structure, while the excavator can be a heavier-duty tool, which can also be used in conjunction with a hammer to pull the roof down.
In this case, the contractor was able to pull up the roof without damaging the structure.
As you can see, the process of lowering and then bringing up the structure is quite tedious.
The reason is that sledge hammers are not very powerful, and excavators are heavy.
The house in question was built in the 1930s, but was only recently completed.
The roof was initially removed to make way for a house-building project, but it was later replaced.
This is the first video of its kind, so we have no idea what went on underneath the roof.
In case you’re wondering, the house in the video was not built by an architect, but rather a local contractor.
However, we’re sure there are other videos that will help explain what actually happens when you lower a roof.