Can you guess which room belongs to the only daughter of the house?
Dana uses gel stain on the main entrance to finish things up.
Once the scaffold was out of the living room, the stepladder moved into place to finish building out the windows and trim. Lots of windows on this wall = lots of monotonous trim.
The interior doors arrived. Then they left because they were the wrong ones. But then they arrived again and were all we had ever hoped and dreamed of (because your dreams are overrun by mundane thoughts, decisions and checklists when you’re trying to build a house).
A situation came about where we were able to have access to a Genie lift for a few weeks at almost no cost (they’re usually $$$ to rent). There’s no way I could have finished the high peaks, soffit and fascia without this thing. And it only almost killed me once.
The front entrance door was at the wrong end of some rebar sticking out of a concrete pier. Thanks, high winds!
The main windowed-wall of the living room’s cathedral design nears framing completion.
This guy thinks he’s still 25. Grampa old hanging out a 15′ high window working on waterproofing with Blueskin.