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This home is being built under the direction f Wildhaven Construction.
About Wildhaven Construction CO
General Contractor specializing in residential framing and remodeling
We are a licensed general contractor and certified Green Professional (CGP) specializing in framing and remodels for residential homes. Our capable and experienced labor team is committed to achieving and maintaining the highest performance standards for our clients. Knowledgeable review services available for a systems approach. Licensed, bonded and fully insured.
Our address is: 771 Watson Road, EllensburgWA98926-7291 and phone number is: (509) 925-6756
Two entire crews moving the center beam for the floor system made this job a whole lot easier... and saved the builder the cost of renting a boom truck.
I always look at rainbows as a good sign.
Here the owners of Wildhaven Construction and Frisinger Fine Framing are hoping all goes well, and that they won't be crushed by the wall.
Winter is coming. Too bad there was a one month delay in starting this house.
"Hey, was someone using my transit to check out my second man?"
You can almost tell she's a woman under the five layers of wool and fleece.
If the customers pick white Berber carpet, it will look a lot like this.
I could never see myself working indoors. To be surrounded by beauty calms the soul and cleanses your spirit. Of course, if the weather really sucks, a person can always go to church for that.
My two second men, marking and cutting rafters.
The snow was coming down fast enough that we had to sweep the board in between marking and cutting them.
Rafters up, Snow down.
A skywall would look nice here.
OK Kaleigh, why the happy face? We both know moving 2X8s up a hill in the snow is not that much fun.
Cristopher nailing in ridge blocks.
Traction control dialed into "Cling and Slide".
Icky weather, with the snow and rain coming down so hard, I soaked through three sets of winter rain gear... I broke down and busted out my nice, expedition grade North Face gear, in the end... All the winter alpine hiking/skiing I did with my dad whil'st growing up served me well today.
and a much more productive day on the roof.
This is how I see the world... I am on top, for now... but I am well aware of the long drop to the bottom.
Fine looking house.
If you look closely, you can see the sparkles of frost on the scaffolding... 24 feet off the ground.
My second man, Kaleigh, cut all the pieces for this timber truss, Christopher and David handed them out, and I assembled them in place.
Hand rails... coming up.