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Framing: Part 7 & 8

     January 9, 2015 0 Comments

Ready for a huge update? Limitless Construction impressed us big time by working an entire weekend to get the second floor exterior and interior walls up. Yep. They’re that good. We had the windows scheduled for delivery from Humphrey Window and Door Store, and the truck couldn’t be rescheduled so the pressure was on! It…

Framing: Part 6

     January 7, 2015 0 Comments

In yesterday’s post, you saw that the second floor beam and garage beam were placed and the floor trusses were started. Let’s continue, shall we? Step 6: sloped roof over garage and deck. When we went by the job site, we were pleased to see that Limitless Construction had started on the shed roof over the…

Framing: Part 5

     January 6, 2015 0 Comments

So far we’ve seen a few different framing stages: Cap the main floor Main floor exterior walls Main floor interior walls Garage walls Stage 5 brings us to the beam and installing floor trusses on the second floor. This stage was neat to see because now the garage walls were up, whereas last time we saw…

Framing: Part 4

     December 22, 2014 0 Comments

We drove by the house one night as we were in the area and were happy to see the garage walls had been framed! The garage walls were laying down sideways on the garage grade beam, so we knew that the walls would be going up the next day. It was really exciting to see….

Framing: Part 3

     December 16, 2014 0 Comments

Yesterday I went over step#1 and step #2 in the framing process. Let’s go over step #3, shall we? Step #3: Main floor interior walls Manny and his crew from Limitless Construction were on site and built the interior walls within a couple of days. The main floor interior walls need to be put up before the main floor support beam…

Framing: Part 2

     December 15, 2014 0 Comments

If you follow us on Facebook, you would have seen the amazing aerial footage of the House Trade Built that we posted a few days ago. The house is offically framed, and (*spoiler alert*) it’s amazing! It feels like the house went up quickly, and it did thanks to our framer Limitless Construction. Manny and…