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If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) Interior of a sukka. One of the bamboo mats on top has had one of its corners fall in, but the opposite corner is suspended by the cross-slat that is stuck through the space between the last couple of bamboo strips.
(Notice the giant Chile peppergiant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) Interior of a sukka. One of the bamboo mats on top has had one of its corners fall in, but the opposite corner is suspended by the cross-slat that is stuck through the space between the last couple of bamboo strips.
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) Interior of a sukka. One of the bamboo mats on top has had one of its corners fall in, but the opposite corner is suspended by the cross-slat that is stuck through the space between the last couple of bamboo strips.
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

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If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) enter image description hereInterior of a sukka. One of the bamboo mats on top has had one of its corners fall in, but the opposite corner is suspended by the cross-slat that is stuck through the space between the last couple of bamboo strips.
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) enter image description here
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) Interior of a sukka. One of the bamboo mats on top has had one of its corners fall in, but the opposite corner is suspended by the cross-slat that is stuck through the space between the last couple of bamboo strips.
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))

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If you're using bamboo mats on wooden slats (quite common), try looping the end of the mat around the slat, thereby hooking the schach on.

We had a nice storm this year, which would have totally brought down the schach if not for this. But as you can see here, it managed to hang in there. :) enter image description here
(Notice the giant Chile pepper in the middle. :))