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A Series on Log House Building #12

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THE ROOF!

Hubby created what I believe is an original roof system for our house.

You may have seen roofing framework being constructed on the ground and then lifted by a crane.

Have you ever seen this?

Our house before the roof

Our house before the roof

Our panels were made on the ground.

Our panels were made on the ground.

The first panel get set in place.

The first panel get set in place.

Then the joints were insulated and foamed and topped with tin.

Then the joints were insulated and foamed and topped with tin.

 

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2 Responses to “A Series on Log House Building #12”

  1. Naomi says:

    So, your roof is built something like a wood frame house’s walls. I haven’t seen that before. That’s the way to go about getting a second floor!
    Is your tin roof noisy in the rain?

    • sherry says:

      More especially in a downpour, but I can hear it. I like it..unless we have company – but then it’s a conversation piece – if you can hear what the other is saying. The tin roof is the best in the winter… no shoveling :))

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