Happy Tuesday! As promised (though longer than expected due to WP video upload issues) here is a video of the beams on our Fort Collins project being installed by Curley Metal Fabrication. Check out our previous post for a link to Ben Curley’s FB page where you can see more of his work from other projects!
Here’s a quick video of the floor sheathing.
One Truss, Two Truss, Green Panel, Heavy Panel.
Last week we mixed in a few crazy windy days with putting up trusses. Check out the quick video below.
As soon as the trusses were in place, we began to install the floor sheathing. This project is using the Warm Board system.
Aside from the very cool minty green color- because all floor sheathing should have cool colors, obviously- there are some other useful features.
These boards are 1.125″ thick, which makes for a very heavy to lift panel but stiff floor. That super cool mint color is a 22 gauge aluminum, which allows for heat conduction. Tile, hardwood, carpet-any floor covering, is compatible with it.
Another well thought out feature is the underside markings which help during MEP installation. The markings ensure the subs installing mechanical, electric and plumbing systems know exactly where not to drill.
Check back for more updates on the Warm Board experience!
Jason the Compactinator
Ok, ok. the title of this post is a bit cheesy, but we wanted to share just a quick video of how much compacting we have done in certain areas to stabilize our front section. See previous post, titled: “Stability”: https://harringtonbuild.com/2018/04/03/stability/
Enjoy the video!
One of the most prominent features of our current project in Fort Collins, is the first level concrete walls. These walls are 11ft tall and except for the front entrance planter (seen in this video) are smooth faced; the planter is board formed. The walls were formed with snap ties and have a very modern look. As we continue to strip away the forms on the walls we will share more videos and photos of this feature!
We also plan to host periodic open houses throughout this project, giving anyone interested an opportunity to come meet us, check out our project and ask questions. We will post the days of these events here and on our Instagram account.
Loveland Project Framing Tour: Exterior
Today we are trying out something new, a video tour of our current project. This video in particular is of the exterior framing. The goal is is give our readers an idea of how the home is shaping up and to also start getting videos out there. It’s all a work in progress! Next week we hope to have a second video of the interior spaces posted.
*This video takes a moment to start playing from the time you press play.