Julio installing 3-D panel flat mesh on the gable end.
Julio with a propane torch removing the polystyrene so the rebar will fit in place. A large radius door will fit into this area.
Installing 3-D panels over no. 4 rebar.
Bob Howes, checking plans, his smile tells the story best, he’s happy with the product and to see his new home go up so quickly.
3-D panels standing in place, the wood two by fours on edge are used as strong backs to help straighten the 3-d panels, make sure the flat mesh is place under or on the walls prior to placing the strong backs on the 3-D panels.
3-D panels, treated wood plates are installed inside the 3-d panels, a small amount of polystyrene is removed first, and the trusses will set on top of the treated plate.
3-D panels, a side view of the garage, after the trusses are set in place, the plates on the gable ends will be adjusted to match the truss level, and two plates will be use on the gable ends, one on top of the other.
Creating small concrete bond beams around the garage door opening, the foam has been removed and a double number five rebar installed.