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.
Milly helped with the basement shower by pulling the tile spacers out.
The first of three watering holes; a long process
The walk-in shower’s tile is finished (minus grout) in the master bathroom.
This is either the first or second attempt at a drilled well (third time was the charm). Casing snapped off at about 175′ down and this oatmeal-like grout was used to fill it back in. Had I realized what was going on, I would have used it for a free geothermal loop, but hindsight is […]
Another view of the mysterious septic field.
When you spend all morning gathering and buying the supplies to lay your septic field, get to your house, and someone has already laid a septic field there. Without you asking (or wanting) them to. One of the more interesting moments of this build.
The septic field is dug while I (Nik) try not to fall out of the big hole in the wall and close it in.