So, our house is still a disaster zone, or at least part of it is. To refresh your memory, this is what our roof looked like the day after the fire:
The framing crew has removed and replaced the tower, but they are tearing off a lot more roof today.
This is what remained of the water prevention system the next day:
We rented 3 industrial strength dehumidifiers - each of which collects 210 pints of water (about 24 gallons) - and they've been running nonstop for a week now, along with 4 of the biggest residential dehumidifiers I can buy (70 pints, or about 8 gallons) per day.
So, no matter how bad things are, just remember: at least you don't have an open air house, with nothing but OSB between you and the sky! Happy Tuesday, everyone!