Gweedos artwork


#1

just feel like postin some recent work.

http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/4567/im000698fo7.jpg
http://img225.imageshack.us/img225/5899/im000715td5.jpg
http://img444.imageshack.us/img444/7699/im000627do8.jpg


#2

tounge and groove
http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/4294/im000505nu8.jpg
http://img261.imageshack.us/img261/77/im000510nn6.jpg


#3

What about the finished work?


#4

need 2 inches clearance around the chim to combustable materials. :?


#5

What, no cricket for the chimney?


#6

ah my fan club.

  1. this old cracker shack never had a 2" whatever and never will.
    sounds like someone has to many agencys and deptartments in there town.
  2. no you do not need a cricket behind this chimney.
    to small and to close to the ridge.
  3. you should know what the finished work looks like, havin seen the inprogress.

http://img253.imageshack.us/img253/6613/im000530ki7.jpg

gweedo.


#7

Do you nails the smooth surface of the torch down face up before the metal goes on?


#8

[quote=“gweedo”].

  1. this old cracker shack never had a 2" whatever and never will.
    sounds like someone has to many agencys and deptartments in there town.

You got that right. After all we are a Blue state, with women representatives. If the weather wasnt so nice Id leave.[/quote]


#9

looks good


#10

love the reply samskii.

no Aaronb, we droped the sandwich idea a long tim ago.
the strip does nothing to stop water from comin in once it gets to the evedrip nails and rust them out.

gweedo.


#11

What about on a gravel stop edge that sits dead level? Any redundancies in the edge detail?


#12

im not sure i know what you mean," sits dead level", Aaronb.
i dont normaly use g/stop on torchdown.

gweedo.


#13

Like a roof that runs to an edge instead of a wall or gutter, and drains to the center. There is usually a nailer, base sheet, interplies, modified, perimeter flashing (often of 24 ga. steel), primer, modified bitumen cover strip. Thats how we see it up here, anyways.


#14

That is how we do it in these parts also.


#15

Looks nice to me but i dont know flats so really i have to take your word for it.


#16

if i got a roof that slopes back into a center drain ill run the feild, put the g/stop on, then strip it.

gweedo.