Header: Oak House, Trilogy Resort
Why is there a gap in the bottom stringer on that roof truss? Compromises the strength of the structure doesn't it?
Can you truss these guys? ;-)
Looks like they are doing a good job. Four paws up!Janis
It's always a good thing when one half of the roof is shortly followed by the other half 😀😀
It's so interesting how building is done these days with all the cranes and heavy equipment.
I thought the dog would say 'roof roof'. More houses being built--where are all the people coming from?MB
Lowell, can post on your blog, but others will not publish my comments. Two, for example, are Bill B in Ireland and William K in Canada plus a number of others. Has to be my computer. This flu has lasted for 7 days now, had a terrible night and again feel that I need to spend the entire day and night in bed. Haven't been this sick with flu in years! Your photos offer a comparison to my health life right now--I need something added to get well!!
Setting roof trusses is an exacting, dangerous job. I have helped do this many times on Habitat houses and am always conscience of safety. So far no one has been hurt on our crew doing this. Good photos documenting this process. Have a great Sunday, Lowell.
On your first photo there is also standing someone on the roof of the house on the right. I wonder where he was waiting for?
Yes they do, and they are expensive!
Well, it just looked dead weird, that's all!!!!!
Most of that work here won't be happening over the winter! Good shot.
Must be expensive adding a crane to the work crew.Regarding your ? about small communiities knowing what is going on. Lots of people know who we are even though we never met them. We always walk, people always see. We had s piece of mail delivered to us with the name of "those Americans" on Donegal Road and we got it. :) People comment that we got out in time before the orange man came to power. As soon as we talk, people know where we are from. It's interesting to live here and I love it.
Cranes must help a lot but are pricey to have there. Here it is about $1,000/day!!
Gostei da sequência fotográfica.Um abraço e bom Domingo.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
Your captions enhance the beauty of your photographs.
Brave guys, they are making a good job !
Trusses have to be one of the most interesting looking parts of building construction. And while they're guiding those big trusses down the crew is cat walking across girders.
Always nice with a roof.
Nice shots with that pretty sky in the background. Lots of roof work going on up here after the hurricane.
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