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post #1 of Old 07-14-2006, 10:21 PM Thread Starter
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Next Cedar Log Home Project

Here is my next project i'll be starting next week.








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post #3 of Old 07-15-2006, 02:31 PM
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Wow, looks like a huge job.

Only two of the pictures are showing up for me though?

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Dude, that's so small. What will you do with the rest of your week?

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OK, now I see all the pictures. Now sure what happened before?

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Dude, that's so small. What will you do with the rest of your week?

I know huh very small little house should only take us 3-4 days to stain maby 30 gallons.

Oh the rest of my week i have another arbor to clean and stain.I've stained 3 arbors and this tea house in 5 days.I've been pretty HI the last few days from the fumes!

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OK, now I see all the pictures. Now sure what happened before?

Hmm dunno Nathan i've been hosting my images at image shack.com.Maby the image didn't link when you clicked on the post.

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Here is one of the sections we have finished so far.This house is huge and feels like it's taking forever!!


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Different view with front porch.


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Before I say I want to come and help just for a vacation. How hot is it there now Shane LOL

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The temp at this time 6:40 it's 90 and index of 99

It's actually been cooler here than it normally is we haven't even sniffed 100...Woo hooo!


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Here is another view of one of the few big walls that was sprayed today all from a ladder.


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Different view..


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Interesting sheathing. Is that insulation and sheathing together?

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It's a Dow foam board "not sure if it also insulates" then when i'm done wherever you see silver will be stone work.People here in Tx love stone just like in Austin you'll see when you get there.
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another section that was fun to stain when having to walk the roof!


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Here is the last pic of the back of the house damm this was a tall ceiling that was ll stained from a 40' ladder.

I also changed the previous pic for a different angle and it just looked better.

Pic is a little dark finishing up at 8 pm


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wow thats some amazing work right there. Wish i had those kind of jobs
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wow thats some amazing work right there. Wish i had those kind of jobs

Thanks Chaz

It's was a nice job for 3.3K but the labor is gonna be a little high but my help is a bit inexperienced.So they are not a speedy has i would like but it's a good learning project "doing all the high ladder work for me"

I would rather do 3 $1000 decks or arbors than a big house like this!

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Interesting sheathing. Is that insulation and sheathing together?

Yes Nathan the foam board " polyisocyanurate" "say that little word 20 times!

http://www.dow.com/styrofoam/na/iso/tuff_r.htm

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