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    Quote Originally Posted by reeltight View Post
    The county. I established a relationship with the county engineer early on. He’s helped me tremendously with codes and what they’d be looking for. He didn’t make me get engineered plans…he helped me with the drawings I had and stamped them after he added a few notes for me to follow, mainly around concrete anchors and strong ties for for uplift. He’s also the one that made me pour a continuous footer vs spot footers.
    They still 800 sq ft and up need engineered plans? Structure looks good man!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heybo_Hater View Post
    They still 800 sq ft and up need engineered plans? Structure looks good man!
    I think it’s 300 sqft

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    Quote Originally Posted by reeltight View Post
    I think it’s 300 sqft
    Ouch!

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    I know right. My plans were originally rejected. Then I worked with the county engineer and he helped me out to get where I needed to be and he stamped them.

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    It may not seem like a lot in this picture but it was a full day. 2 hours of staining and trip to Lowes mixed in. What took the longest was the dang strong ties. That was a lot of nailing. Sub facia, three corbels, two more rafters, and two more 6x6s bolted to the concrete. Didn’t get to the outer truss but hopefully I can find time to do that out this week. No baseball this weekend so I’d like to be at a point the roof can go on come Saturday.

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    I feel like it’s starting to take shape. Two more post and two more rafters and she’ll be ready for a roof. Taking the ridge beam brace out was kind of nerve racking. I don’t know why but I wasn’t trusting all the work I had done up to that point and just pictured the entire thing crumbling down.

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    Looks good Sir!
    Bone....

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    nice work
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    nice work
    Oh look!!! 2fer said something nice. Oh wait, it's his Friday. He's in a good mood.

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    I know it won’t look like much to most and the differences are subtle but another full day out there and it’s now ready for a roof. But before that can go on, I’ve got to prime and paint all the t1-11. I’m using that as the sub roof decking, then the deck, inspection and then shingles. Then I’ll need to step back and enjoy life for a while. It won’t take much to get the siding up but I may not finish the inside for a while.

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    I run veneer sheathing, then strip osb on joist, then osb, this way you can run wires between and not see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    I run veneer sheathing, then strip osb on joist, then osb, this way you can run wires between and not see it.
    Veneer sheathing? You mean like LP or something similar? Will I run into problems with t1-11?

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    T1-11 is your veneer. As in what’s seen.

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    I was suggesting a way to pull power and hide roofing nails.

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    Looks like a storm shelter. A pretty storm shelter.


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    Quote Originally Posted by charlie horse View Post
    I was suggesting a way to pull power and hide roofing nails.
    Ah…gotcha. I need to check the width of my fascia to see if it’s thick enough to run the strip. I was going to laminate LP fascia and not do drip edge. If I went with drip edge it would cover up the gap if there was/is one.

    Thanks for the idea.
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    Looks really good Rhett.
    Nail a couple of deer antlers on the columns, add a burn barrel, maybe a rebel flag......

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    Looks sharp!

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    I know the spot in the first 2 pics and it is a really neat pool house
    Gettin old is for pussies! AND MY NEW TRUE people say like Capt. Tom >>>>>>>>>/
    "Wow, often imitated but never duplicated. No one can do it like the master. My hat is off to you DRDUCK!"

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