The range hood is sprayed and test fit around the off-centred beam. Now to take it down, clear-coat it, and install the backsplash.
Making the range hood in the basement workshop. Finally those tall ceilings downstairs are showing their usefulness!
Another look at the bathroom vanity we built using leftover timber pieces and iron pipe. Ikea Braviken sink and faucet.
Chip helps put together a vanity for the basement bathroom. We used some leftover timbers for the vanity top and iron pipe for the base.
The basement is otherwise very unfinished, but due to some family needing a place to stay we quickly put together a bathroom downstairs.
A Pacific Energy Summit Classic pedestal wood-burning fireplace is installed to offset the propane heating bill. Heats the living room and attic beautifully, but it hasn’t been too cold yet to really give it a go.
The last pieces of fascia are installed, as well as the world’s smallest shingle section.
Went to the counter guys’ shop where we had sent our slab from Toronto and took it home with the illogical intent of cutting it up for our laundry room. Still sitting outside under a tarp.
Chip screwing down the under-counter plywood over the washer & dryer in the laundry room.