The 12/12 (45 degree pitch) roof on this custom Fairbanks, Alaska home.
Laying out felt (tar paper) for quality built roof.
We pushed the roof metal up the ladder. It was cumbersome and luckily the weather cooperated.
Luke screws down the last few rows of screws as we bring the steel across the top back to front (left to right).
Tom is at the peak tied off and loving the pitch.
Now the other side…
Tom and Luke work on the valley next to the dormer…
…really far off the ground. That extension ladder is 40 feet long. We moved purposefully.
Below is a valley on the eyebrow that helps protect the logs.
Front entry corner eyebrow.
View of finished roof from southeast.
The northwest view does not show much roof but you can see the finished eyebrow corners.
The house is ready for any number of next steps such as windows and siding. We will reconvene in July to figure out whats next.
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