Lisle Free Library (Broome Co.)
The Lisle Free Library received $3,535 from the $800,000 Public Library Construction Grant Program to install insulation in the attic of the library building and construct a steel roof over a 1982 addition. The insulation will help stop heat loss in the winter and prevent heating from building up in the summer, as well as lowering heating and cooling costs through efficient operation. The roof will allow for better snow removal from the top of the library as well as making the sidewalks safer. Previously, the roof would allow for snow and ice build up that could fall onto the access ramp to the library, but the new steel roof can be easily and safely cleared.
Above photos show old and new roofs at Lisle Free Library. Click on any of the above images to see a larger version.