Monthly Archives: August 2007
I’ve finished editing revision 6 of the time-lapse. Still some more to go, but this seemed like a good point to share.
…wait a bit longer. Initial inspections were completed last week — electrical, plumbing, insulation, house-wrap, etc. This week the crew finished the rest of the siding. Yesterday the drywallers came in and hung the sheet rock ceiling. On Monday, my order of pine 8″ T&G siding for the interior walls arrived, and I picked up … Continue reading
A couple quad boxes with 1.25″ PVC run into the crawl space Before the celing is installed (later this week?) I decided to install some PVC and low-voltage quad boxes to act as conduit for speaker wire, RG-6 and cat5e cabling. The plan is to install 2 sets of 6.25″ speakers in the ceiling — … Continue reading
Here’s the most current construction time-lapse video. So far we cover groundbreaking through roofing. The trades were here today installing plumbing and electric. We’re closing in!
Here’s my first post of the developing construction process time-lapse video. I started with a single camera mounted in a tree facing the back of the addition. It worked, but was a bit tighter of a shot than I would have preferred. I kept the camera here through the foundation dig and pour and the … Continue reading
Thought I’d post a scanned view of the groundplan. The drawings are too large to scan them all in, but I needed this section to make some notes, so I thought I’d post the scan.
For the past couple months we’ve been planning an addition to the house that would become my new woodshop. The prime motivation for this is so that we can reclaim the garage for things like, oh, I dunno – cars, bikes, kid toys, etc. There’s also the issue of the large amount of sawdust covering … Continue reading