All dried in for winter……. Dave saved the day, and got the deck covered Friday. Not that anyone would notice but the extended section in back and front are pitched deck areas. When the building gets built, those deck areas extend 4’ beyond the outside walls. Although the hip roof will have a 5’ overhang […]
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Progress on the Foundation….. moving along slowly and steady, going to try and get the Bituthane on tomorrow after adding to the East Rim Joist, to overhang the, askew framing below, an easy fix to my out of square condition below.
The carpenter is experienced and accurate and this is not a typical floor system install, by any means. He is doing an excellent job! This is exciting, I have been looking forward to this for awhile.
Setting the first floor joist… We don’t like working in the rain, there were flood warnings as well. A few wash outs along East End Road.
This beautiful RV sitting at RV Site #3….. Actually these folks encouraged the folks at RV Site #2 to come with them to Homer this year, we’re glad to have them here, and their going fishing in their new boat.
RV Sites in Homer getting dialed in….. I have been patching areas here and there with top soil and grass seed, trying not to turn the areas into just dirt. Maybe I could get the owner to till, topsoil and sod this, that’s what it really needs in a few places. Then I shouldn’t push […]
Framing front elevation part of the material take off…. This is a front elevation view of the framing, this Softplan Program is awesome…..