Another week of hammering, grinding, pounding, sawing, and finally hammering some more.
I lost count on how many times the Harvey man has made deliveries with more material so there
is no way to guess the amount of Azek used on our home at this point but take a close look.
By Friday of this week the concentration was spent on the front of the master suite. Of course it was.
Noisy beyond imagination, I spent the afternoon huddled in front of Barbie - A Perfect Christmas with two little granddaughters! Even still the blows came so hard that we squealed like Chicken Little.
The deep V in the roof where the left side of the stucco meets the brick has a tiny eave. For the last couple of years several families of tiny birds have moved in and out. This week evacuation was eminent, the birds were being kicked out. Back to the woods they went and I have to confess that I found small comfort on Saturday as I watched some misplaced White-Breasted Nuthatches try to peck the little Japanese maple in front of the balcony. That my friends will be the wonder of Azek.
The first week of April will complete this phase and move
on to the next - roofing. Watch for my next post
as the roofers begin this monumental project!
In the meantime read here, Tamko,
about our roofing materials.