Monthly Archives: May 2004

Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – New Joist Installation

Since we’re doing this a little backwards, by building the roof first, we had to set up some temporary “walls” to attach the new joists to.  We added another level line at the other side of where the roof slope … Continue reading

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Breezeway Front – The Restoration – Preparing For The New Wall

The level line has been attached to the top peak of the new roof joists. Then, we added another level line at the point on the joists where the slope ends. View of the area where the new wall is … Continue reading

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Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Preparing For New Joist Installation Continued

New header joist attached to the main house. Removed the upper siding where the header joist will go on the west wall of the Servant’s Quarters. Upon removing the siding, we found a lot of rotted wood. Removal of some … Continue reading

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Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Preparing For New Joist Installation

Paint removed from the upper area of the main house.  The old Breezeway roof was attached on top of the old siding.  To make a better, more secure connection, we’ll be removing the upper siding to secure the header joist … Continue reading

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Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Building New Joists

All of the parts to create the new ceiling joists.

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