This is how I learned how to do windows above pergolas, with a sheet of plywood under the step, but it was scary because the whole thing sways. No wfp here. I’m generally not scared on ladders, but this had me on my toes, especially in the wind.
I do it the same way. I have a few I do through out the year. For the most part they are anchored into the home and are really safe. Minus the one that is made out of vinyl and just sits on top of concrete. That thing sways back and forth.
Yep, tired of the rain, but I’ll still be out today. I’m doing my dealerships up on Longmont. I will be at Longmont Ford and Frontier Honda. Hit me up if you have nothing better to do.
I have a WFP and I end still going up there on them. I even take my WFP up on one of the pergolas. It really isn’t that bad. Better than when I worked in construction, when I was a framer. I had to be up on a 6x6 inch beam 30 feet above concrete. A crane would lower trusses to me, I would bear hug them, lift them up, and walked them into position. Also, I was not tethered anything. Now that was nuts!
For sure! I may goof around with some indoor golf down in Denver. I was going to do some louisville restaurants and a house, but the house rescheduled and most of my accounts don’t like having their glass done in the rain.