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Blitz Day Involves starting with a floor, building the exterior walls, setting the trusses, and decking the roof - the house will be “in the dry” at the end of the day. Have two crews – morning, afternoon. 75% of the afternoon crew will be on the roof. (Please make sure the PM volunteers are comfortable with heights and are willing to stay until the work is finished!)
Blitz Day Involves starting with a floor, building the exterior walls, setting the trusses, and decking the roof - the house will be “in the dry” at the end of the day. Have two crews – morning, afternoon. 75% of the afternoon crew will be on the roof. (Please make sure the PM volunteers are comfortable with heights and are willing to stay until the work is finished!)
Roofing Start of shingling may be delayed if there is excess moisture on the roof. Volunteers MUST be comfortable working on a 5-12 pitch roof! Wear sneakers, or comfortable smooth-soled boots. Completion of the roof should be early-to-mid afternoon.
Interior Walls Consists of building and setting walls and installing top-plate, dead-wood, and cabinet blocking. Volunteers will work most of the day.
Siding Work begins on the ground and finishes on scaffolding or ladders, and is planned for most of the day. Please make sure the majority of your volunteers are comfortable on ladders.
Paint Interior Walls Houses are typically already cut-in, and work consists of rolling 2 coats of paint on all of the walls. Work typically lasts until late morning.