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Thread: Long wet summer

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    Default Long wet summer

    We got the second floor framed and sheated, loft and bedroom framed. Roof sheated and the metal on. Will have to finish flashings and wood stove next summer. Alot of rain this summer made it difficult but I think we got alot done.
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    The crew is just my wife and best bud dogs and kids
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    Looking out loft window towards little cabin and vice versa
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    Looks Great.
    Have fun.

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    Putting on the other side of overhang at the gable ends. Sheating and laying down grace.
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    Laying down the underlayment. I hate heights.
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    Since I hate heights and have not been on the outside of the roof yet, I predrilled and rigged the pannels to go up on the roof.
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    We were able to tin one side one weekend. Came back the following weekend and woke up to this on Saturday, we still managed to get the other side done. Had covered it with a tarp the week before so the snow on that side came off with the tarp. Thank you guys for all the help.
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    One way to work with longer roofing pannels is to role them up and fasten with duck tape ,them most of the time they can be handled by one person ,once they are where you need them then cut the tape.When they are rolled up there is less chance to ding the edge or kink a rib. Looking good with the job.

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    I finaly got out there and did the ridge cap.
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    We even managed to trim the little cabin and stain it too.
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    Nice job. It is hard work but very rewarding and enjoyable.

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