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Old 09-19-2012, 05:58 AM   #1321
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This was a 10/12 re-roof we just finished. It was the highest pitch roof we've did in a while so the guys had to adjust, but turned out to look great and the homeowner was happy. The color he choose was Weathered wood and we also installed ridge vents.

Even have the video of the project on You-tube
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Old 09-19-2012, 06:09 AM   #1322
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nevermind...
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we just finished this ceiling in an architects office. Armstrong woodworks Vector 12" x 48" walnut.








Turned out better than I anticipated when I saw the plans...

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I "need" to do something similar on my own house some day, and after talking to a colegue, who's a long time firefighter, I'll be tearing the shingles and sheating off of mine when it's done. He told me a "double" roof on a house is nearly impossible to put out once it starts on fire.........
Yeah. It was spec'd to remove the shingles. However it was later decided to leave them on because the interior wasn't being remodeled and they didn't want to tear off shingles and re dry in the roof before I set the trusses.
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Storefront trim for Mall retailer in Durham, NC

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This was a 10/12 re-roof we just finished. It was the highest pitch roof we've did in a while so the guys had to adjust, but turned out to look great and the homeowner was happy. The color he choose was Weathered wood and we also installed ridge vents.

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lets just say i would not install the shingles that way
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Old 09-19-2012, 11:30 AM   #1327
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lets just say i would not install the shingles that way
Of coarse not
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lets just say i would not install the shingles that way
I agree you should always remove old shingles. If someone calls me for a project and trys to leave the shingles and I can't talk them into it. I clearly tell them no warranty from us.
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I agree you should always remove old shingles. If someone calls me for a project and trys to leave the shingles and I can't talk them into it. I clearly tell them no warranty from us.
i meant racking em
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had to cut some custom graspable hand rails for a deck in Convent Station, NJ.... the old one split, guess where
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had to cut some custom graspable hand rails for a deck in Convent Station, NJ.... the old one split, guess where
That looks like a neat ideal to make handrailing.
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Builder has us go back to the condo renovation (interior metal frame) job and add a soffit over a wet bar this am. Spray foam has been installed in the sound attenuated partitions. The kitchen knee wall was painted with fire retardant paint (intumescent). Drywall sub is up next and then we go back for subfloor / hardwood install.
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we just finished this ceiling in an architects office. Armstrong woodworks Vector 12" x 48" walnut.







Turned out better than I anticipated when I saw the plans...

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That's tight ML. I'd love to do a project like that.
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This second story addition was like working in a museum.
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i meant racking em
Oh, i thought you meant without any safety lines or harnesses.
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had to cut some custom graspable hand rails for a deck in Convent Station, NJ.... the old one split, guess where
Next time, might want to try running that thing slantwise across the saw.

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Walnut is one of the most beautiful woods out there, we do a lot of work with walnut. Although i have never done a ceiling. that looks VERY cool!!! nice job!!

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Turned out better than I anticipated when I saw the plans...

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Walnut is one of the most beautiful wood products out there, we do a lot of work with walnut. Although i have never done a ceiling... It looks AWESOME!!! nice job!!!
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Just a little photo dump of what we have been up to.

Finished this guy a while ago. Boss was away on vacation for a few days, the lead hand had me sheet some of the 9/12. First time sheeting anything bigger than an 8.



This is that set of stairs that go from basement to top floor. 3 levels. 4 landings, 15 stringers total. With posts coming through some of the stringers. Last time I will have to do these steps. I have done 24-30 of them, I can't exactly remember how many. They are in a couple of the town houses we framed.




Here is a set of steps that me and the boss man put in 2 days ago in the new townhouse we are framing. It is a slab on grade split entry 4 unit town house. These are the stairs that were designed. One stringer can't land on the landing, so we had to get creative. The lower set will eventually be 45'd off returned into the wall under the upper set.



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Set trusses this morning and got all the valley and ridge blocking done, just my brother in law and I. No workie tomorrow, Men's Conference at my church.

The panoramics I shot with the new iOS 6 camera app.
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