Refurbishing my trailer home.
This started off as a simple residing project, though in order to do it right I required going back to the stud work. Rot and black mold found through-out most of exterior walls. Previous shoddy workmanship by previous owners left me with a tedious time consuming project. Already found two illegal electrical junctions (without boxes) within bathroom exterior wall bound by electrical tape.
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2"×4"×8' Treated Lumber (which have to be ripped down to 3" width to match existing framework)
RoyOMartin 7/16" x 4' x 8' Eclipse Energy Guard Foil Faced OSB Sheathing
Lockside Double 3 1/2" Vinyl Lap Siding
14-2 250' UF with Ground Wire (x3)
Carlon Adjust-A-Box 1-Gang Non-Metallic New Work Zip Box (x10)
JELD-WEN® 48" W x 48" H Vinyl Sliding Window with Built-In Brickmould and J-Channel (×2)
JELD-WEN® 76.5" W x 14.5" H Vinyl Single Pane Window with Built-In Brickmould and J-Channel
JELD-WEN® Premium Series 18.5" W x 52" H White Vinyl Casement Window with Nailing Flange (Right Hinged)
JELD-WEN® Premium Series 18.5" W x 52" H White Vinyl Casement Window with Nailing Flange (Left Hinged)
RoyOMartin 7/16" x 4' x 9' Eclipse Energy Guard Foil Faced OSB Sheathing
5/8" x 4' x 8' Type X Fire-Rated Drywall (Amount Unknown)
R-15 Kraft Faced Fiberglass Insulation (Amount Unknown)