The prefabricated roof trusses took very little time to install. Mac Pfifer is the framing contractor and with his crew and the help of a boom truck, placed all trusses in one morning. It took them the rest of the day and the following morning to tie it all down and tie it all together. This view shows the vaulted ceiling shape of the screened porch. The space from which the picture is taken will be the carport.
There is no real front or back to the house. There is a primary entry on one corner, but the screened porch is designed to be a living area and is contiguous to the kitchen, dining area, and den. The roof extends over the entry porch. We plan to leave the container doors in place (second container to the right), to be closed for security when the house is locked. When not in use, the container doors will be opened against the adjacent containers. Storm/security shutters may be installed over the windows using the cutouts from the window holes. This may happen later depending on money and schedule.