Fire be damned. We’ve got this scaffolding that we’re paying by the day for, we need to use it.
Getting the dryer vent *close* to the outside is good enough, right? There’s a lot of half assed work we’re having to correct on this house. Not as much as on our old Atlanta house, mind you, but that house was some 40 years older and had been a rental.
Funny – the day prior to this pic being taken she yelled at me for using a ladder up there. You can’t see it from here, but that ladder isn’t just resting on the roof. It’s a a sheet of OSB with a 2×4 lip secured to it. The whole sheet’s nailed to the roof. So this isn’t quite as sketchy as it seems.
Framing out for a railing on the Door To Nowhere. Eventually it’d be nice to do a deck, but we definitely don’t have the money for that, and I don’t have the skills to build a second story deck myself.
Tearing up the steps to get the scaffolding where we need it.
The upstairs deck is shit. Shit I say! I can’t believe they put a hot tub on this thing. There’s a lot of work to be done here, but for the moment it’s just about exposing and fixing rot so we can paint.