Just some update pictures
7/16” OSB Roof Sheathing. A pneumatic roof nail gun was a life (and back) saver
Felt Paper installed and secured. I had about enough of using slap stapler by the time I was done. Maybe I was not doing it right but it sure jammed a lot. Now I can stop worrying about the floor plywood getting wet and start worrying about the felt paper blowing off.
The next step is the gable end framing and sheathing. Im not really sure how I want to cut and fasten the gable end studs.
After the gable ends are done I will temporarily enclose the window and door openings while I build the windows and door jamb. The windows will swing open from 2 hinges at the top of each window. I purchases some nice solid oak wood doors with glass and grills in the top half. I would love to strip them and put on a clear poly but don’t know if I should use water based poly or oil based. Does oil based poly turn yellow with age. Im afraid of the bottom edge of the door getting water damage. I’m considering applying a 5 minute epoxy to the bottom edge to protect it.
Thanks for looking!