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Trying to get the shingling finished in a snowstorm
Charron going up the valley
Looks like Santa Claus
Moving up the roof
In floor heating pipes and sewage pump
I use these photos for measurements needed when the floor is finished and Im installing partitions
The sunlight will help us clear snow from the plywood
New garage door openings behind the sliding doors
A promising sunrise
Larry has come to pour the basement floor
The concrete truck promptly gets stuck – two tractors to help get it in position to pour through window openings
Concrete chute through a window opening
Finished – pulled up onto the driveway
Wash out the chute into the bucket for disposal
Freshly poured concrete in the basement
The other end of the basement
Hammer and tong on the roof to get it finished
Lots of straw helps with traction – little frost in the ground
North side is finished
East side of the link is finished – two roof vents
Putting on the ridge cap
Typar on the east wall – joints taped
Power trowel to give us a smooth finish
The arrival of Prest Electric – local electrician
Basement windows installed in the bedroom
Installing windows in the basement living area
Floor finisher leaves us some concrete from hand troweling
Windows installed – east end of the basement
Nosy Parker watches what we do
Now the concrete has to dry thoroughly
It will take some time before we can install partitions
Propane heater helps the process
In floor heating tubes can be hooked up to the water heater
A row of basement windows
East end of the basement – windows at grade
My morning arrival
Typar on the interior of the basement walls allows air to pass through but keeps moisture against the concrete and away from the insulation to be installed
Antique wooden step ladders. The electrician has his name on everything including these folding chairs used for their lunches.
Lumber for basement partitions. Material for basement partitions.
New windows for the addition arrive in the dark. These go on the south wall.
Quote: Were not moving into another blue vinyl sided house!
Foundation has been tarred to grade line. Bluewater Plumbing has arrived for in-floor heat.
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