/ Is anyone here familiar with scaffolding? #51
- Mar 30, 2022
- 1962 Case 430, 1995 Craftsman Yard Tractor/mower, 1949 South Bend 9A Lathe, WoodMizer Lx55 sawmill, Kubota KX033-4 Mini-Excavator
It was built in 1999, we bought it in 2014. I don’t think it was an actual kit, because it Was built by a GC who was building some of the other houses in the subdivision and he lived in it for a year and a day so it wouldn’t be a “spec” house. . . But some of the things seem to be where,odds and ends from other jobs were used (because someone else already paid for it…)Kilroy, that looks like a Lindal Cedar Kit Home. Very open spaces in that sort of structure. You will definitely want to buy your own scaffold. I don't have a Lindal, but a very open 50 foot Diameter Geo-Dome. And having our own scaffolding is a necessity and not an option. I can't even service the ceiling fan with out the scaffold. Its 25 feet up. This will sound stupid, because it is, in that I rented my scaffold for three years at $110 a month as I built the house, and then just bought the whole thing for $1,200 dollars. I should have just bought it out right, in the first place.
my biggest single complaint is that, instead of putting the hvac exchangers by the blank wall in the living room where the TV goes, they were placed DIRECTLY UNDERNEATH THE WINDOWS FOR THE FIRST AND SECOND STORY BEDROOMS.