Glenn Herbert wrote:Yep, a good kiln and the right clay to fire in it makes all the difference... as well as the knowledge and experience to fire it well. A novice is going to spend a huge amount of time and energy getting up to speed, not practical for a single project (unless it is in the tropics where drying is easy and frost is irrelevant).
Dustin Nemos wrote:I could take that floor ceiling off, it's only caulked a bit to bugproof. I don't know that I could get trusses carried up there though!
As for framing I do know how to frame windows and doors with proper headers and footers although my friend failed to do them correctly here I couldn't fix the door it's already installed and the windows are an abnormal size I've been thinking I would reframe them to standard sizes when I get to windows and siding. I just don't understand how the siding goes to the window hole and I don't understand how to properly flash windows and all that. Basically I can frame everything but the roof and I think I can handle that off the videos I found.