That looks like two days of just cutting rafters!kiteman said:No trusses, cut and stack roof. There's just 3 of us, so day and a half ceiling, 4 days rafters, hips and jacks, 3 or 4 to sheet, plus it'll be in January, so who knows on the weather. I'm taking 2 weeks off at the holidays to visit my son and family in Germany. Can't believe I have a son who's a Lt Colonel.
I don't care who he voted for, a Lt. Colonel is a Major ( pun intended ) accomplishment.kiteman said:I know! right? Too bad he voted for The One. I don't dare talk politics with him. I get my azz kicked, him having been on the debate team. Influenced by his wife from your capitol.
:laughing::laughing::laughing::no::no:Do you get a drawing of how every thing gets put together? Surely an engineer specs out that stuff right?
Sometimes that a good thing when things aren't on the plans. I like plans that leave it up to me.kiteman said::laughing::laughing::laughing::no::no: The plan calls out 2X6 or 2X8 cj's depending on the span, and 2X6 rafters throughout, with 2X8 hips. The lumber salesman notes on a plan the lengths he sent for joists, rafters and headers. The rest is up to me. 2611' main with 1024' garage and 1118' lower level.