First was replacing the facia board on a double-wide mobile home used for housing interns and volunteers. The existing trim was rotted and falling off, and refuge staff asked if we could get it replaced. Teri had finished painting the boards a couple of months ago, but we hadn't had the time to get them mounted. The boards were 16' long and we had to get them transported from the shops over to the double-wide. All of the trailers were being used, so we just tied them to the top of our truck. Problem solved!
|16' Trim Boards on Top of Truck|
|New Facia Trim on Mobile Home|
First job there was to repair a light fixture that was mounted in the back corner of the shop, about 25' in the air. Access to that corner was blocked by an vehicle repair lift, so we got the rental lift as close as we could and started extending every segment of that thing. We were barely able to reach the back corner with all of the arms extended to their maximum range. It was tricky to maneuver into that back corner without getting tangled up in other items.
|Repairing Light Fixture|
|This Hole Shouldn't be Here...|
|Maneuvering Inside to Repair Roof|
|Pushing the New Panel into Place|
|No More Hole!|