An Engineering background and a keen eye for detail are indispensable for a complex building addition such as this one. The site-built trusses on the left, and the kneewall on the lower right, tie into the original roofline on the upper right.
This project also involved re-purposing the original cedar wavy-edge siding. This required careful removal and high pressure washing all sides and edges. The top edge was milled to provide a tight fit and make the siding bat-proof. Inquire about our bat houses for displaced bats.