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Wires were laid flat against roof purlins
, joists and top plates, and stapled into position.
The extra 3 1/2 inches will create a solid surface for securing the 4-by-4 roof purlins
and slant wall girts.
The original roof purlins
are still in place and all the windows have been purpose-made in hand-crafted oak, echoed by plain oak doors and open tread oak stairs to the two upper floors.
The master bedroom suite has exposed roof purlins
, it's own walk in dressing room and an en suite shower room.