We have added 10cm of insulation by raising the roof (up to 30 cm), and it is not possible to reuse the old trimming because of the increased thickness of the wall.
This has resulted in that all the rooms upstairs look really bad. I guess that this is one of the projects that moves ahead in the cue to keep SWMBO happy. But until the real roof is finished there isn't much point in starting on them.
I have been so busy with the roof that I feel I have neglected the children a little when it comes to taking them to the workshop.
We have had some new gutters installed and a new "skotrende" (the piece of Zink between two intersecting roofs). There are some small scraps of the Zink left over, and I believe it was time for the boys to learn how to solder sheet metal.
The good thing about Zink is that it is very easy to solder, and they think it is cool to make something out of metal.
I offered that Asger could make a small ship which he did. It is watertight and has proven its seaworthiness in the bath tub.
Gustav wasn't satisfied with being offered to make a ship - he wanted something a bit more spectacular i.e. a tank. That required a bit more soldering, but the end result is quite O
Lack of trim around the window.
1window is still covered with the sub roof and awaiting installation.
Making the turret.
The finished turret.
The finished tank.
The finished ship with some nice looking soldering.