Outside, that is. Temperatures in the mid- to upper-90s combined with blazing sunshine to drive heat indices over the 100º mark Monday through Wednesday, so most days the crews would start early in the morning and quit by 1 or 2pm in the afternoon to avoid working in the hottest part of the day. (Heat stroke is so not fun.)
Here, the builders finish putting the OSB on the roof:
The next day the roofers began putting down tar paper:
Don’t look down! The roofers work while wearing safety harnesses.
This side is almost done and gives a good idea of how the shingles look on the roof.
Hot and cold running water? Yes please!
Looking into the showroom from the garage:
The kids’ TV room, bathroom, storage closet, and utility rooms:
Back outside, the builders were working on the front entrance: