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Exterior Front Entry

In my last post, I was focusing on some of the items that we would like to complete before year end.  This past weekend Dave and I completed the last portion of our exterior front entry.

Previously:

the happy crazy house exterior

the happy crazy house front walkway

It is incredibly flat looking, right?  Did someone cut its nose off?  Oh yeah….that was me!!

That roof was a rotten mess, so out with the old rotten, yucky roof and on with the new.  I’ve said it before…what’s with the offcenter roof line????

Supplies

  • 2 4×4 – cut to 9 feet
  • 2 2×6 8ft
  • 1 2×8 8ft
  • 3 2×6 12ft
  • 4 1×5 8ft
  • 2 12ft steel panels
  • flash sealant
  • flashing
  • drip edge
  • lag screws and roofing nails
  • 2 4×4 post base

Just over halfway

The happy crazy house front porch

Right before we called it quits at dark

The happy crazy house front porch

12 total hours of work- mostly done by 1 person.  I helped a little…so maybe it could be counted as 1.5 people??

Putting on the last details

the happy crazy house exterior front entry

The best part is the day after we finished….it rained.

Totally protected under this roof

Totally protected under this roof

For a weekends worth of work and $260 we were able to get that extra layer of protection for the front door and those of us that use it 🙂

At dusk

At dusk

It has a nose again!!!!  hahahahaha

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  1. Looks great! We are starting to plan our 2017 home projects too. I kinda miss your stars though – will you add them back?

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