The attic cleanup. Wow. When we had our roof replaced we had to have several sheets of plywood replaced due to rot. When they were replaced, a lot of sawdust and debris got inside the attic. So, we had to empty everything out, clean it off, clean the attic and then reload it…yay. The best part is that it is hotter and more humid than I ever remember it being here in Georgia!
We got up early on a Sunday morning, to try to avoid some of the heat, and started unloading the attic. Since the snake debacle last summer, Shane all but refuses to get in the attic – so it was left up to me. Within 10 minutes of the unloading, I’m dripping sweat. Within 30 minutes, my clothes are soaking wet. I didn’t get a before shot, but here is the empty attic:
Yeah, even more exciting than the gutter shots, I know.
Here was the setup of the unloading zone:
Here is just a portion of what we unloaded:
And then the afters:
Trust me, this is much more organized than the nonexistent before shots.
My brother Patrick, my dad - Jimmie, Shane and my other brother, Topher.