I am far from finished but here is a little progress shot of the outside of the shack! Never in a million years did I think I would be taking on this challenge on my own. Life works in strange ways. In amongst the chaos I am enjoying this process and every small step on the house makes me feel incredibly proud and excited about my first reno project and creating a humble and comfortable home for my 3 special babies. Next steps: subdivide the block, front patio & picket fence 🏡
Here's a typical washer dryer setup. We have the water lines and drains rough-in to take care of essentials; vent pipe to add air in the system to facilitate draining; electrical to power the washer and dryer machines. These elements are necessary for a good setup. Oh, make sure you have adequate spacing for the machines....
Nothing signals Autumn like harvesting pumpkins, I’m a little sad to see the end of summer. I am glad to have our driveway and paths back, these guys had sprawled everywhere. Ill leave them here on our deck for a few weeks (hopefully to get some sun) as it’s raining today. But this should make them a bit sweeter and help there skins to harden up. Which means they should store well. I have had pumpkins last nearly a year. Just keep them dry and cool, i used to keep them in the garage at our old house.
House's first potlights!
No second ceiling fan yet, but the hallway's horrible wrong-spot spider-attracting misaligned and protruding light has been replaced with two tidy LED potlights that brightly illuminate the back stairwell.
The remains of the old light will hopefully be pulled out and away in the next round.
Nailed it! Whoever installed this window six years ago, installed it on the money. I'm going end the tile flush with this window trim so I'm glad that it's perfectly plumb. @stabilausacanada #quality#care#craftsmanship#remodel