Day Ninety-Six and Ninety-Seven, 01-02 February, 2016It's getting harder to keep track of things. Individual projects are getting smaller and of shorter duration, as might be expected, nearing the end of the construction. For example, just tracking how things are beginning to move through the house. The toilet has now advanced to the living room, where it was joined by the front door latch and deadbolt kit.
|New Toilet and Front Door Lock Have Made It to Living Room|
|Bathroom Vanity On the Move|
|Front Door and Night Stand in Living Room|
|Headboard In the Dining Room|
|Roll-up Door Buttons Need Paint and Reversing|
|Old Louver Needs Concrete Removed to Close Properly|
|Shower With Bling Tile|
|More Bling in the Shower|
This system is as good as any of the commercial water bottling plants, just smaller. It uses a five-stage filtration process, including two carbon filters, UV filter, the pass-through membrane, and a last carbon polishing filter, before it is sent to the kitchen tap for drinking.
We can finally get rid of the five-gallon bottles in the kitchen. We'll purchase filled bottles and put them downstairs in the Mennonite house as part of our emergency supplies.
|RO Tubing As Hooked Up|
|We Have A Locking Front Door|
It might be worthwhile to think about installing one of those folding attic stairway kits at some point in the future.
|Attic Entry Getting Finished Nicely|
|Missing Wire Nuts and Covers|
|A Couple Instances of Messy Wiring|
|Some Caulking Gaps in end Panels|
|Overall, the Attic Was Very Neat and Professional|
Also in the deadbolt piece, at the end, is a spring-actuated finger pull to pull the door out of its position in the storage part of the jamb.
|Pocket Door Locking Latch|
|Shower Tiling Coming Along Too|
|Roll-up Painted Nicely|
|Threshold Between Kitchen and Dining Room|
|Dryer Vent Tubing Ready|
|RO Tubing Corraled|
|Washer Connection Done|