Matt finishing a few roof details. Good to see how strong the glass is (thanks for the photo Rob)!
Bits for the loft stairway.
Guest bath wainscot. Can’t wait to see this painted with the colors that Bosses #1, #2 and #3 (My sweetie, Marita & Krysta) picked out.
Rob & Matt attaching the gutters and trim.
Finished! Well, mostly. There are a few more details like the gutter along the south side that is too short and needs to be replaced and there’s brick to be layed on the floor and a chandelier hanging in the middle, and… 🙂 The side glass is much greener than I expected.
I really like the way this worked out with the sauna below and conservatory up top. Can’t wait to see Scott’s landscaping.
The garage is a warm place for a shop.
Mark leveling a stringer before installing an oak tread.
Furring that V-groove wainscot will attach too.
The north windows in Spare Oom. Kyle put one of the handles on to make sure that they’d clear the woodwork. These windows were supposed to be push out but the supplier messed up. I’m still a bit perturbed about that. This is BTW the same company that can’t seem to give us the correct doors for the balcony.
Mark’s making good progress on the finished stairs. They’re looking great.
This won’t be the last photo of mechanical systems. This is the boiler for in-floor heat and domestic hot water.
Hauling away the lift they needed for building the conservatory.
Wainsote in the other guest bath. This is a bit higher.
These ice dams (and the large icicle that fell in to the portico roof) concern me. Other houses in the area don’t have ice dams and our house shouldn’t. One likely cause is too much heat from inside is getting to the underside of the sheathing. This from too little insulation or gaps in the insulation allowing hot air in to the vents. Or it could be something else. We’ll need to find out.
The ice road around the lake is extra clear because the sheriff’s patrol drove around it with their air boat collecting money for toys for tots from lake residents.
V-groove going in the kitchen. What little wall is left after all the cabinets are installed will be v-groove as well.