Day One Hundred Ten, 16 February, 2016We're down to the nitty-gritty. Omar is working a mop cleaning up the dining room and living room floors.
|Omar Doing the Mopping|
|Errol Scraping Some Errant Paint|
|Bathroom Linen Closet|
|Good Looking Burglar Bar Screen Door|
|On-Demand Water Heater Has a Cage of Its Own|
|Sorting the Debris Prior to Truck Arrival|
|Our Jumbled Kitchen|
|Futon and Large Bookcase Temporarily in Dining Room|
|Keeping Things Clean While Loading|
|Loading Sticks Into the Truck|
|Omar Touching Up Blue Trim|
|Queen Bed and Night Stands in the Bedroom|
|Ready to Move to the Next Pile|
|Small Bookcase in the Living Room|
|Stuff Migrating to Utility Room|
|Surprisingly the Truck is Getting Full|
First thing we have to do before moving in is to seal the tile. I'm hoping to get some foam brushes to do the job. I went to four hardward stores today, and no one has them. They really are tailor-made for sealing grout. Soon.
The end of the job came somewhat suddenly. Carl and I were sitting on the futon, going over some receipts, and we agreed the job was done. We settled up the bills, I threw in the hammocks we had bought (the bars make them too wide for us to use on our veranda), and we shook hands, sealing the deal.
Overall, it was a fun project. We're very happy with the result. Carl has a great crew. They all were so considerate of Dianna and myself. Whatever we asked, they rushed to comply. Never surly, always focused and professional. A great project.
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.