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 Post subject: Honeymooner Roof Work
PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 10:54 am 
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A Honeymooner on Angle Lane is extending their roof over what looks like an earlier addition. The interesting thing is to see the heavy duty planks that were originally holding up the roof, now being replaced by 2x4s (in quantity).

If you act fast you can watch the work being done.

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 Post subject: Re: Honeymooner Roof Work
PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2008 11:06 pm 
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A Honeymooner on Angle Lane is extending their roof over what looks like an earlier addition. The interesting thing is to see the heavy duty planks that were originally holding up the roof, now being replaced by 2x4s (in quantity).

Can't recall offhand, but could that "earlier addition" be an enclosed porch? Considering the guidelines, I mean unofficial code, I'm surprised Mr. Satula gave them a permit for that. Wonder if they had to take that before the plan commission as well.

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If you act fast you can watch the work being done.

Did they finish before the rain?
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 Post subject: Re: Honeymooner Roof Work
PostPosted: Wed Oct 08, 2008 7:17 am 
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Ron 80 wrote:
A Honeymooner on Angle Lane is extending their roof over what looks like an earlier addition. The interesting thing is to see the heavy duty planks that were originally holding up the roof, now being replaced by 2x4s (in quantity).

Can't recall offhand, but could that "earlier addition" be an enclosed porch? Considering the guidelines, I mean unofficial code, I'm surprised Mr. Satula gave them a permit for that. Wonder if they had to take that before the plan commission as well.

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If you act fast you can watch the work being done.

Did they finish before the rain?
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Nope, rained all over their open roof and addition (no plastic, even). Soaked. :sign6:

The ceiling on the enclosed porch (next to their garage) is gone, I'm assuming they're going to have a high ceiling. Seems odd to put so much money into a honeymooner. Those are hard to sell (and rent).


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 Post subject: Re: Honeymooner Roof Work
PostPosted: Thu Oct 09, 2008 10:03 pm 
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The ceiling on the enclosed porch (next to their garage) is gone, I'm assuming they're going to have a high ceiling. Seems odd to put so much money into a honeymooner. Those are hard to sell (and rent).

But those are so much easier to work on than a two-story townhouse or rowhouse. :D
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