Just before our family vacation, the trusses were delivered and walls were ready to support them.
While we were vacationing in Florida, the framing crew was at work setting the trusses. We hear there was a snowstorm that may have slowed things down. When we returned, the trusses were in place over the residential portions of the house.
|Front view after the first week of truss work.|
|Rear view after the first week of truss work.|
Next, the trusses were set over the garage and hangar. This week's snow didn't slow things down very much, but I am still sick of it.
|Rear view after the second week of truss work. The trusses over the hangar are two piece trusses. The top piece is not yet installed in this picture.|
|Front view after the second week of truss work.|
|This shows the raised-heel scissor trusses in the family room that will support a sloped ceiling and still allow a full layer of cellulose insulation all the way to the edge of the attic.|
|These trusses over the half bath allow space for the rigid foam on the outside of the master bedroom wall.|