So the framing of the house is a cool mix of full 2×4 mill cut lumber, and 4x4s. There was a fair bit of bug damage to the some of the framing so it was necessary to shore up the wall and replace certain timbers piece-meal.
So with timbers coming out of the wall and the need to put into place new door openings, I put up a temporary wall to support the roof while framing everything up.
This wall is one of the main load barring walls, so I added some OSB to give it a little more shear strength.
Before I finished off the sub-floor, I spray foamed the crawlspace walls all the way to the rim joist. Then laid down the rest of the plywood sub-floor.
Now with the floor in place, it was time to get cracking building the “side shed” back onto the house, this will hold both bathrooms and the utility closet.
My friend Wesley stopped by and helped me get the roof on.
Finally after having the side of my house open to wind, water, and predjudciual looks, I finally got it closed up.
Next up: Tackling the front bumpout.