07 December, 2015

Pool House Expansion Project, Day 50-51 - 02-03/12/15

More Work Inside

Day Fifty and Fifty-One, 02 - 03 December, 2015

Finish work always seems to slow a project down. It does as there's much more attention to detail to get the job done.

There's still a few pieces to go for the shower.
Bits and Pieces For Shower Ready to Go In 12-2 - 2.02
Errol is just about done with the plastering of the bedroom.
Errol Plastering Bedroom 12-2 - 2.09
This is where the water heater will be installed, just outside the bathroom in the walkway. Here they're knocking holes for the hot and cold water feed as well as the butane gas run. There's no special reason why the heater went here other than convenience. It's still semi-inside and well protected from the weather.
Knocking Holes For Water Heater Feed Lines 12-2 - 8.00
Bathroom vanity plumbing is ready for the cabinetry, once the walls receive their color coat. Notice the outlet lower left - that's for the Cat Genie automatic kitty box.
Bath Vanity Plumbing Roughed In 12-3 - 2.15
Here's the run for the shower head. Looks like it will be at a nice height.
Line Run to Shower Head 12-3 - 2.14
Both pocket door frames are in. Parts of them will be taken back out to facilitate installation of the doors themselves.
Looking Through Bath Pocket Doorway to Bedroom 12-3 - 2.15
Shower faucet manifold is pretty much ready for final plastering.
Shower Wall Taking Shape 12-3 - 2.14
There's many more photos than appear in each posting. You can see all the photos of the construction project on Flickr at: https://www.flickr.com/gp/winjama/0wVc3s. There will be new photos added each day of the project. 

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