Once the windows were in we started putting in the roof vents. It isn't particularly showy though it needed to be finished and the weather was perfect for it. So the remainder of the morning was spent on the roof cutting out new vent holes, repairing areas where old ones were, and taking down the chimney stack. At about this point Doug decided to test the water pressure in the lines, and discovered that there were a few places where the ends weren't capped. At least it was relatively warm for the shower though.
We ended up making a little progress on Sunday, but everyone was pretty worn out, it was cold, and at about four the hail started. Today though is threatening to be a beautiful spring day, so I think the day off will come later this week and I will work at finishing up some exterior brick repairs tonight.
|First window out|
|Pulling out the old windows|
|Rotting trim coming out as well|
|Getting out the bottom window|
|The structure without windows|
|A cyclops for a house|
|Filling in the empty sapces|
|Cyclops to biclops|
|Remains of the old chimney stack|
|Only the carbon shows where the old stack was|
|looking out some great new windows|
|repairing the exterior|