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Tomorrow is the final electrical/plumbing inspection. Provided everything passes, I plan to begin work on the interior on Sunday. (My wife’s birthday is Saturday so I’m taking the kids while she has a “spa day”.) I’ve been reading “the Workbench Book” by Scott Landis and plan to read Ron Schleining’s “The Workbench” based on recommendations … Continue reading
I spent this past weekend installing Knotty Pine tongue and groove paneling in the new woodshop. As with the floors, I cut costs on materials by purchasing the “value line” stuff (offcuts, etc.) However, unlike the flooring, this stuff was awesome! When they said that most of the pieces were 3′ – 8′ long, they … Continue reading
It was a very busy Labor Day weekend. On Saturday I began the process of installing 300sq ft. of “utility grade” Oak hardwood flooring from Lumber Liquidators. This stuff is only $.89 sq. ft. — and for good reason. Much of it was under 10″ in length (many pieces significantly less). There were numerous pieces … Continue reading
I’ve finished editing revision 6 of the time-lapse. Still some more to go, but this seemed like a good point to share.
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