Sheetrock and Loft done

Sheetrock and Loft in, Recycling Garage Metal Roof for Inside Ceiling.

General, Tiny House Construction

Sept. 16, 2011: Moving fast now. Gabe and Scott jammed this week and got the sheetrock, loft, and some other little stuff done.  Time for us to start mudding. We also did a test of using the old galvanized metal roofing from our garage on the ceiling. It looked cool, but stained. I washed each sheet today with a hose first on both sides. Then with sponges and a hard brush I used Bon Ami powder with pure vinegar, and bleach for the tough spots – all quickly rinsed off. It got rid of the mildew and rust from them sitting out covering our lumber. We’ll need a few more sheets of new metal roofing since we don’t have quiet enough to for the whole ceiling, but we’ll use those in the loft at the back.

Sheetrock and Loft done

Sheetrock and Loft done

 

2 thoughts on “Sheetrock and Loft in, Recycling Garage Metal Roof for Inside Ceiling.

  1. Recycling not only save you money, but it also helps the environment. It still looks great. You can’t tell that it was once your garage door. It’s good to find creative ways to save your bank account and the environment. http://www.federalmetals.ca

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