Screwing the subfloor down. Apparently the glue they used on my joists isn't bonding well? I've put 400 screws in so far. Maybe another 100-125 to go? Doing the LVT areas first and moving to the carpeted areas.If that's the case, pound them back in and put a few new in there to help hold things down correctly?
No sprinklers here. You can kind of see it on the side of the house in the picture, but the house has a trim piece along the bottom kind of like a baseboard. There is no flashing on that trim and no rain gutters on the house so over the 25 years of rain/snow if any failure of the caulk isn't addressed promptly the water will hit that trim board and seep in instead of running away from the house. The rest of the house has a 4" trim piece and this spot had a 6" piece and when I pulled it off I could see the old caulk line from the 4" piece so the trim had definitely been rotted and been replaced some time back.Damn. How do you suspect the water damage got in that location? Errant sprinklers?
I actually live in South Carolina now. The property is 1.1 acres surrounded on all sides by Caesar’s Head State Park. Half mile either direction gets me to a trail system that I could take to the coast or deeper in the mountains. Super great space.That's rad, more details on the property?
No. I bought a kit from a company called Jamaica Cottage Shop.Are those timbers from your own property?
Thanks, it was an added cost option but I knew they would be really good looking.The live edges look awesome!