When there is scaffolding around your house, you tend to stay away from the windows. To maneuvre the delicate etiquette between hired and hiring, you quickly learn the Venn diagram of who owns what space. You both avoid accidental eye contact through the kitchen window.
When there is scaffolding around your house, you open doors slowly. You look up, down, left, right, and back up again.
You go out every morning to talk about the weather and to offer coffee, but you pee with the blinds closed.