Doug arrived with a bunch of sheet metal and went to work in the basement. One of the contractor's tasks was to install a vent from the new laundry area -- which is not on an exterior wall -- so a clothes dryer can eventually be installed. While this doesn't sound like a big deal, it's important to get it in place before the large ducts near the furnace are installed. Doug worked on both the dryer venting and the large return air ducts today.
|The dryer vent fit above the plumbing.|
|Part of the large return air duct work.|
|Doug is cutting the furnace cabinet. The filter rack is in front of him.|
|The wall looks like it belongs now that it's white.|
I need to get some 1x4s to trim it out.
I painted the entire south half of the wall. The primer s nice and white. It made the new trim boards and the scraped bead board wall look very good...especially when compared to the --still unpainted -- north side. i took a few pictures to show the contrast. One is below, but due to some shadows the picture doesn't look as dramatic as it did in person. Weather permitting, I'll paint the north side tomorrow.
|The cottage is (relatively) level....I just cant hold the camera right.|