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Fascia being installed. Better him than me!
Fascia being installed. Better him than me!

The crew from Moreno Roofing is here installing my Durolast membrane roof (http://duro-last.com/). It feels weird to watch other people working on the tiny house while I’m reduced to taking pictures and blogging. However, the workers are nice guys, asking me as many questions about the tiny house as I’m asking them about the roofing process.

One half of the roof membrane. Made from PVC, it will be glued and screwed to the roof deck.
One half of the roof membrane. Made from PVC, it will be glued and screwed to the roof deck.
Edging viewed upside down.
Edging viewed upside down.
The all-important ridge vent. Let's the insulation breathe while keeping out water. You can see the membrane stretcher on the left.
The all-important ridge vent which lets the insulation breathe while keeping out water. You can see the membrane stretcher on the left.
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5/8″ plywood roof deck being lifted into place.
A roof over our heads. Note the gap in the roof deck on either side of the ridge beam for ventilation.
A roof over our heads. Note the gap in the roof deck on either side of the ridge beam for ventilation.
After the glue is applied to the plywood deck, the membrane roof is stretched out and nailed into place.
After the glue is applied to the plywood deck, the membrane roof is stretched out and fastened.
Using a hot air gun and roller to weld the membrane over the ridge vent.
Using a hot air gun and roller to weld the membrane over the ridge vent.
Attaching the edging.
Attaching the edging.
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