excited to anounce the return of master, Kevin Rosselli submits his work with much celebration in the forums!
One of the greatest minds alive for traditional building techniques, Sim Ayers
After a long week of curing at stable temps in the bubble, we removed the roof scaf and got everything ready for the next phase in the spring: cornice, box gutters, and (new) salvaged slate roof.
The new chimney looks a lot better than it did before and has the right mortar now.
and of course… it wouldn’t be a day on r4l without some homophobia…
Shoutout to jesse and his lovely wife 3 chins (dope rapper name)
The cold and rain is setting in, but we are prepared. Today the chimney got a full-wrap with plastic to keep it warm while the mortar cures. It needs about 2 weeks under stable temps to fully cure.