Gratz Industries HQ: Odds and Ends

>> Wednesday, November 12, 2008

We're almost there! We have a list of things left to do on the house, and it's less than one legal pad page long. And three or four of the things on the list must be done by professional plumbers--who have been called!

This past Sunday and all day today we've worked at the list--mostly odds and ends. Last minute things that didn't get done along the way. And we're almost through! I ran through the house before dusk today taking pics of the things we've marked off the list. Remember too that for each picture of an outlet or switch-plate cover there were dozens more just like it throughout the house!

Exterior lights - attached!

Exterior outlets - covered!

First floor porch fan - hung!

Hardware chic kitchen counter - constructed!

Kitchen sink - sunk!

Switch plate covers - screwed!

First floor bathroom vanity - assembled!

First floor bathroom vanity light - installed!

Fire alarms - activated!

Jo's bathroom vanity - aligned!

Jo's bathroom vanity light - fabricated!

Jo's cloud light from her room in Atlanta - salvaged!

Second floor - swept!

Third floor fans - suspended!

Master bathroom vanity light - erected!

Master bathroom toilet room floor tiles - arranged!

Master bathroom IKEA wall sconce - hacked!

Third floor porch fan - dangled!

Third floor porch railing - finished.


Jackie Parker November 12, 2008 at 9:13 PM  

I hope you are planning on having a massive party when the house is done.

Kitt November 13, 2008 at 2:43 AM  

How totally awesome! Clap clap clap!

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