Well, it’s been a while hasn’t it? We had some difficulty with the city zoning office trying to get a permit. However, they finally got a flashlight, a map, and a GPS; so they were finally able to find their . . . oops! Sorry, I shouldn’t write stuff like that. Anyway, we got our permit. But, their changes to the plan increased the cost of the roof structure by about $6K! Isn’t government wonderful? The general contractor is splitting that cost growth with me.
Since we got the permit though, we poured concrete last week, and framing and sheathing are now up. Now, we’re waiting on the truss company to get off their (what the city couldn’t find before) . . . oops again, I mean to get off the dime, and come out to do field measurements before they deliver the trusses. Once the trusses are on site, we can dry-in the connections to the existing roof, the roofer can start replacing the shingles, etc. and the roof can go onto the addition.
Then the electrician comes to visit. 220 for the band saw and AC; yeah!! And, all that.