When I arrived the guys had began preparing the perimeter of the house and the steel beams were installed. I could see across the pond that at least five guys were at work on LOT #52. There roof is up and looking pretty good and now that the framing is near completion I can tell that it is an Milan w/Elevation A and next door on LOT #51 is a Rome w/Elevation A that is further along because they have the brick, siding, shutters, doors, drive way, etc etc. t. Anyway this is where we are at the moment: they plan to work until 7:00 pm tonight.
|Not sure what was inside this package; however, it clearly states the correct model w/reverse plan!|
|Installed Steel Beams|
|This picture shows how they installed the perimeter of the house with the wood and a piece of foam underneath it!|
|They are juggling wood from three different locations!|
The wood is scattered throughout the cul-de-sac!
|It landed safely without breaking! Wheww!|
|This is the baby trussel!!|
|I love how they label all of the pieces.|
This is a good thing because every piece that is pulled from the pile is being framed.
|I am not sure what these pieces are called but they are attached to the perimeter of the roof frame.|
|The Ryan Homes Plastic Wrapping once the house is framed UP!|
|I have a full appreciation for this house building process. All these pieces of wood represent some aspect of our home. I plan to follow Emrose's (Stark Ravin Ravenna) lead and write a scripture on the wall of each room.|
|The floor joists are installed.|
I left the site today at this point around 2:00 pm and both my husband and I will return before it gets dark!
|Have no clue where these pieces of wood will be framed but they are so pretty.|
Wood has a whole new meaning to me.