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Sunday, March 4, 2012

I would type more but I'm too tired!

Thanks to the help from some good friends, I finally got to see my design come to life today. We made major progress. All walls and roof framing in place and some of the exterior sheathing too. And, the best news, it looks like this thing is actually going to work. Once we got everything up, glued and screwed together the entire structure became rigid and strong. The neighbors, especially those who slow down as they're driving past, must think I'm nuts! Hopefully next weekend I'll find time to get the loft installed, and finish the sheathing. 










3 comments:

Gigi Winchester said...

Nice work! I've been admiring your work and I can't wait to see your finished Mini Home look-a-alike. I've been visiting your website everyday for updates. :)

My husband and I are planning the same thing. And we plan to use the same metal studs because it is lighter than wood. If you don't mind, may I know the cost of those metal studs? So that we'll know how much budget we have to work with. Thanks!

Gigi Winchester said...

Nice work! I've been admiring your work and I can't wait to see your finished Mini Home look-a-alike. I've been visiting your website everyday for updates. :)

My husband and I are planning the same thing. And we plan to use the same metal studs because it is lighter than wood. If you don't mind, may I know the cost of those metal studs? So that we'll know how much budget we have to work with. Thanks!

Mrs Jodi Poouahi-Cummings said...

Hi, nice work. So I plan on using metal studs as well and would like to know how its holding up? Do you ever feel that the roof would cave in? Or the wind will blow it over? Thanks