(check out this hotty that I get to work with all day ;) Mmmm mm! )
Then we started applying 30 lb roof felt and drip edges on all the edges of the roof.
And we topped that off with some roll roofing which we trimmed and finished with roof cement in any open crevice that water could leak in or place punctured by a nail.
Because our roof has such a low pitch, we had limited options for roofing. We couldn't use regular shingles because of the risk that water might roll back underneath and we couldn't use regular metal roofing because we'd have to get specialized metal roofing made for low pitch roofs. So we chose to go for roll roofing for now because it's easy, cheap, and works well for low pitched roofs. In the future, we plan on replacing it with a nice, specialized metal roofing appropriate for low pitch roofs.
Oh and we got our bathtub!! It's a 4 1/2 foot tub with an apron. Our "trash box" is right on top of it so these are the best shots I have of it now. But I'm pretty excited about that! Yay baths!!
Speaking about my hunk of a fiance, I snapped these pictures of him the other day when he was in a modeling kind of mood and he got all Zoolander on me!