Sunday, March 8, 2009

Tongue-and-Groove under the roofs, fascia on the solarium

Above: Matt Champol, our newest carpenter, a cool guy from Alaska, putting tongue-and-groove underneath the roof of the mill room. Below: a closer look at the tongue-and-groove; The boards with the holes are allowing air to come thru, so that the insulation inside gets oxygen and doesn't mold. The holes have screening on them to prevent critters from getting in.

Above: Silas (L) and Autumn (R) putting the fascia onto the solarium. I then went ahead and stained it with a wood finish called Timberpro.

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