Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Roof views - Take 8952

This afternoon, the kablan made a channel for the light switch for the attic light and for the wires leading to the attic:

The black thing on the left is the plastic he put up across the playroom to contain all the dust.

And now, the moment you've all been waiting for: more views of the roof! In fact, tonight, you're really in for a big treat. We have not one, not two, not three, not four, but - count 'em! - five views of the roof! Does it get more exciting than that?! :-)

Here they are:
View #1:

View #2:

View #3:

View #4:

And, last but certainly not least, View #5:

That's all for now. See y'all back here tomorrow I"YH.
Have a good night.


  1. Good morning, I enjoyed the roof views (again my compliments to the photographer). It looks to me (but what do I know ;) that now there is a plane in the direction of the attached neighbor. Is that right? What will it be made of? How will the person get to the neighbor's side to paint or whatever is needed for that plane? Will one climb on their roof? When one is standing in the new attic, how high is the highest point? Thank you for all answers.

  2. five views of the roof! Does it get more exciting than that?! :

    six views would be !!

  3. I. Thank you for all answers.
    Thank you for your questions. The sides of the attic will be made out of concrete sheets. You have the same thing outside your chatzeir. And yes, they have to climb on the neighbor's roof.

    II. "Anonymous" (yeah, right) - Thanks for your ever so enlightening comment. :-)

  4. The bone construction of the roof seems well calculated and very sturdy. What kind of roof are you planning to install? Well, concrete is a pretty good material for a roof, especially since it can be very tough if mixed correctly.

  5. Shaylee Moore - As you can see in subsequent posts, we used terracotta tiles for the roof.


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