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Old 09-02-2014, 08:49 PM
Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: Murrieta, Ca
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Default Roofs done! Time to start the deck.

With the exposed fastener metal roof complete, it’s time to start the deck.
This is a transit jig that I borrowed. Probably a little overkill for a deck. But it is dead accurate.

I’m also using a laser back-up as a sanity check.

Hard to see in the pic, but between the fat crosshairs, there is an even finer line. There is a micrometer dial on the transit that moves the crosshairs in .001″ increments. You can see the laser back-up through the scope.

Beams are up and the joists are going in. Hopefully things will start to move a little faster from here on out.
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