Funny, that is exactly how I plan to put the second floor on my
guesthouse. Admittedly, it's not that big of a building but I DO plan on
using the roof again on top! 8>)
Derek Harling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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12/12/2000 02:42 PM
Please respond to Derek Harling
Subject: Re: New "manta" while doing Home Improvements.
What piddling projects you guys talk about.
My neighbor - and several friends - chain sawed off the whole roof of his
single storey home and added an upstairs. I helped by standing and staring
with mouth agape. So far we haven't had any really strong wind storms . .
. . . . .
No - they didn't put the same roof back on again.
> -> My only choice, was the good ole chainsaw! I must say, that you
> -> really haven't done a "home improvement project" until you've cut
> -> through timbers and walls with a chain saw! 8>)
> I used a chain saw to level off the 4x4s I set in concrete to support
> my shed. Not as dramatic as cutting through a wall, though.
> I *did* cut through a wall with my 4" Black & Decker angle grinder. My
> Dad wanted a door in the back of his workshop, which is a steel pole
> barn. It took me about ten minutes to follow the chalk marks and make a
> hole for the door.
> Handy hint: don't forget your ear muffs...