Duplex Addition
Framing
    We are getting dirty on our latest project. This project involves the excavation of a new addition. Two dry wells had to be dug to support the current homes roof run off and the new living space's roof run off. New gas and water lines trenches had to be dug in order to turn this residential home into a duplex.
Glenn and Brian are hard at work framing up the rafters and beams of the duplex addition. Then came the rain during the installation of the roofing. We have installed TyVek house wrap, the front and back doors as well as all the new windows. All inspections have passed with flying colors and now the plumber, electrician, and drywaller are itching to get started. While the sub-contractors are starting their work, We are tearing off the old original house siding, installing new house wrap, and installing hardi board siding and trim to the entire house. The customers is going to paint the house themselves. We also installed a new wood stained fur entry door for the original dwelling.
We are building an addition to a Portland home. We have been Framing in the cold rain, snow, and a bit in the sunshine. The project is going well and on time. We have installed the floor joists, laid the sub floor down, erected the exterior walls, and have started on the interior walls. Soon we will be Installing the massive glue-lam beam for the new ridge of the addition. Then comes the fun part, connecting the new roof of the addition to the existing home. More project pictures are to come as we continue to build a new living space for our customer.
The new duplex addition is done. We have installed new hardwood flooring, kitchen and bathroom cabinets, granite countertops, gas stove, gas furnace, installed all the doors and trim, and made sure all the final details in this project came together perfectly.
Washington Lic. # HERBORL901NL