We just finished the underside of the little roofs - the part that you look up and see - with locally milled tongue and groove. And man is she pretty!!!
But we've run into a potential problem. Our tin screws are 1" long. Will the screw tips show through the beautiful tongue and groove?
So we can predrill holes for screws on the ground. This way, we aren't predrilling holes up in the air, and we are predrilling through multiple sheets at once to keep the screw pattern consistent. Who knows? Mom might look out the bedroom window and think, how nice, all the screw heads are lined up neat and nice for me.
And then we lay the tin on the roof.
We've gone exactly two sheets wide on the roofs so we won't have to rip tin. #planningiseverything
We use a scrap block of wood to keep the overhangs consistent on all of the roof edges.
And then the tin is screwed on through the predrilled holes.
We are doing full wrap tin on the Momplex - which I highly recommend - and it just slips underneath the eave trim.
Certainly much easier and longer lasting than paint! Done deal - guaranteed for 40 years!!! You can also get the full wrap stuff in white if that's your preference.
We use a square to find the 4/12 angle of the roof and mark it on the front full wrap flashing.
And then it gets place on the gable end of the roof.
In the front, the center is rounded past halfway to cover the seam from underneath.
So when the second piece of tin is put up, it cover the first, and looks finished.
And then over the front goes the gable end trim. It just gets screwed right on top and to the front.
And all that's left is the ridge cap.
The ridge cap gets attached to the top
And we are completely done with roofing up at the Momplex!!!!