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Renovation progress report — week 2 August 19, by Kim Woodward Despite having a nice little vacay and partaywe made some progress in week 2. Remember when I said that most of the demo was behind us?
Please forgive the blurriness. Until I went to the camera store and they politely told me that I had the autofocus on manual instead of auto.
I felt like an idiot. Week 2 brought more demolition, some ups and downs and a little beautification. The power and water Listen. Do you hear that? Or maybe just the hum of power tools and ceiling fans.
The power has been turned on. And we made the electrical inspector happy by being mostly up-to-code. The water was turned on, too. And until the ceiling of the kitchen began to flood from the upstairs plumbing.
The joy was short-lived. Ryan and his dad will be working on getting the house up-to-snuff with plumbing so we can turn the water back on.
We hope week 3 will bring a gas check and boiler check so we can get the gas turned on. The bathroom Remember when I said the bathroom was pretty empty?
Apparently I lied again, because Ryan demoed a little more. But, down to the lathe we are. There were at least two more layers of plastic-y tile underneath the plaster, which is odd. Everything downstairs in copper, but the upstairs is the original galvanized piping. It needs to be replaced.
Which is a pain. The good news is that the ceiling is in really good shape. I can actually just get to painting it.
You know, after we clear out all this garbage. The kitchen and dining room Ryan ripped out all the ceramic tiles and cement board this week. He had almost everything out in a few hours. It would have taken me days. Now, there are approximatelyscrews to remove.
The installers literally placed a screw in the cement board every centimeter. Ryan broke two bits trying to get the screws out. Then, we have to figure out how to fill the holes. In the beautiful original hardwoods. I think that covering these floors should be a capital offense.
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