Posted by: bschutzgruber | December 2, 2013

Riverbend – building the studio [part 3]

Putting on the roof… cont.

2 weeks later we were back at Riverbend with a spiffy machine that Terry designed to lift the panels.
1_winch  2_lifting roof panel

This was a LOT easier than hoisting them up the 12 feet using only brute force.  Let’s hear it for machines and the engineers who build them! 

With the porch on, the roof was complete!

7_roof front    

Next came the tar paper
8_laying tarpaper  

but we won’t put the metal roof panels on until warmer weather in the spring so on went another set of tarps for the winter.
9_metal roof panel  10_winter tarp

10_TAG team
I could not have gotten my dream of a studio built without this amazing ‘TAG team’= Terry A Gruber & Tristan A Gruber!!  Well done, Gentlemen!

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