The Shermans are also victims of the Four Mile Fire, having lost their garage/barn in the fire. So we were referred to them from another client of ours, and eventually we were selected out of 2 or 3 other contractors to do their rebuild for them. This was basically a traditionally framed square structure that is going to house goats and other animals, and have a greenhouse attached to it. The balloon-framed 2×10 wall two stories high is one of the beefiest and biggest walls we have ever built. It was a challenge, and very fulfilling. It has Pro-Panel II siding, roofing, and fascia, with hardi-board soffits. One of the neat things about this project is the fact that the owners grow a large percentage of their own food, and thus, they have a pretty large garden, which we got to share in sometimes. I went home plenty of times with grocery bags full of kale, broccoli, squash, apples, carrots, beets, and lots mustard greens!