Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Steve pumps the staging up to a higher level.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Todd chains the plank to the pump jack.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Steve and Caleb attach a safety net clip to the upper staging plank.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Deploying the safety net.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Placing a clip for the safety net.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

A closer look at the safety net clip.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Fastening the safety net clip to the staging plank.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Todd places blocking at the roof peak, using a six-foot level to keep the block in plane with the I-joist rafters.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Screwing the roof peak blocking into place.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Another view of the roof peak blocking.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Todd and Caleb drape vapor-open, air-tight and waterproof Mento Plus fabric over the roof-to-wall intersection.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Todd installs a nailer over the Mento Plus fabric, nailing into the face of the I-joist build-out on the wall.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

While Todd and Caleb install the fabric, Steve assembles an outrigger on the ground.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Steve hauls the outrigger up to the workers on the staging.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Installing a nailer on the opposite side of the roof. The first outrigger has already been nailed on.

Framing Roof Overhangs (Gable End)

Setting the overhang outrigger on the gable end of the roof. Later, the roof will be strapped, sheathed, and shingled, and finish soffit and fascia trim will be applied to the outrigger.

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