I’ve been asked to give bids for a log home, and what i’m doing is the subfloor on top of the foundation wall ( normall so far ) and then the log home co. installs the log portion including stairs, second story half logs for joists, and they also install ridge and perlins. So MY job is to install windows,doors, interior walls, decks, second story exterior walls, dormers and a roof system for all that.
My question is should I do SIP’s for the roof, and how much work is that? And how much work entails framing the doors and windows and casing too? I looked at a log home just the other day and the door bucks or box around the log opening seems rough and crude, but it was comfortable inside. If anyone has done this let me have some feed back.
I can get SIPs with pine t&G v groove that’s already on the bottom, so that’s a time saver.
Seems to me most of the work in this house is my part or close to it in my figuring. Let me know what you guys think. Thanks