I worked most of the way to sunset (I once again didn't get out when I wanted to), but then had to put the tarp back up, which is a real pain to do by oneself. I did however, get all the hurricane ties installed, and all the ceiling beams are fastened, the two items I wanted to complete today.
It was a major pain, but I did get the tarp back up. Took almost an hour, especially in the dark.
I also cleaned out the spare stuff out of my car, I am preparing for a trip to KY to watch the eclipse, so there won't be any posts for a few days.
Here is the final updated checklist before I take off.
Square up the corners Attach ceiling beams Secure rafters and beams with hurricane ties
- Attach the subflooring to the trailer frame.
- Sheathe the roof
- *Install tar paper to make the roof watertight. *5
- Install window framing.
- *Tyvek wrap. *7
- *Install roof. *6
- *Install siding. This includes all flashing. *8
- *Install attic vent and AAV (AAV = air access valve for the plumbing). *10
- Run the rough plumbing. (includes gas line for stove)
- Run the rough electric.
- *Install rodent barrier. *4
- *Install insulation. *10
- *Install flooring. *15
- *Install ceiling and attic insulation. *13
- *Install light fixtures. *17
- *Install paneling *13, 15
- *Complete electrical and plumbing. *19
- *Install final flooring (carpet/linoleum). *16, 19
- Install interior fixtures. When I get here, I will likely create a new list for the interior work.