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Old 09-07-2021, 04:04 PM
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Each truss saddle has 4 nails each side and 4 nails in the saddle to the the wall top plates.
I forgot about the saddles--those will do!
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Spent this morning relocating the electrical temporary service to inside permanent the shop. Also ran wire for his well from the control box. No magic smoke came out so happy about that. 3rd pic is the temporary post outside the shop.
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Old 09-09-2021, 02:31 PM
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South wall exterior OSB is all done. Saturday we will put in the north side roof OSB.
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Old 09-11-2021, 02:44 PM
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Got 90% of the north side OSB on this morning. soon to put on the roof underlayment so OSB will be protected from rain.
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Old 09-16-2021, 11:37 AM
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Roof OSB is all on. Need to do some light trimming on the gable ends to square it up. Then install roofing under lament. Roofing tin and gable trim should be coming this week I hope. After that exterior walls OSB, doors and windows.
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Looks like you guys are on track to get it all dried in before the weather gets breezy and whatnot
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Nice, once the roof goes on, its almost like working indoors.
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Looks like you guys are on track to get it all dried in before the weather gets breezy and whatnot
Cooler this next week so hoping we can get more done without 90s and 100s temps.

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Nice, once the roof goes on, its almost like working indoors.
No direct sun inside now, and after the tin no water inside.
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Old 09-18-2021, 02:21 PM
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Squared up the roof sheathing today within a 1/4". Did one thin cut only on one side of the south side. Now it is ready for the tin underlayment. Tin and trim is supposed to be ready Tuesday. Did have to caulk a few seams on the roof OSB. I never do but he wanted to do it so we did it.

Worked on cutting short studs that go under the scissor trusses to nail the OSB to. Each was a different length. NOW he says the scissor trusses are a pain in the ass. Wish he would have taken my advise and used standard trusses in the beginning.
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Old 09-21-2021, 04:36 PM
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Finished the west end gable wall stud framing on the scissor trusses. Have I mentioned that I hate scissor trusses. Son says their are a a pain in the ass also now.
East wall to do tomorrow. Will be a bit easier than the west wall. Studs are needed to attach the OSB on both sides of the walls as well for insulation.
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