Kim and David would hand me up a sheet of OBB through the rafters. The tricky part was getting the first row secured. The others came much easier. We offset the seams for better stability.
Not too bad for stability. I'm sticking to walking on the rafters though. Riley was a lot of help on this trip passing stuff up to me. :)
David and I made quick work of pounding out the staples and securing the tar paper. Stuff was really slick to walk on afterwards though. I can see why people fall off of roofs on a regular basis!
Here's the sunroof from the underside. Hoping the radiant barrier helps. Couldn't hurt for the extra $2/sheet it cost.
I love your house. That is awesome that you guys did that yourself. If you don't mind me asking....from what I understand, you designed the house yourself? Therefore, you bought all materials and it was not a kit?ReplyDelete
Thanks! Correct. We bought raw materials and built as we went along. We didn't have the money to buy all at once so we bought what we could each weekend and put it together a little at a time. The steel helped with this since there was no issue with it sitting in the weather until we got it dried in.Delete