Tuesday, January 18, 2011
How Many Habitat Volunteers Does it Take to Change a Light Bulb?
Date: January 17 , 2011
Rob Abbott reporting
On Site: Howard and Rob
Visitors: Nan popped in to check on us.
Daily Log: It was an all simian castrati choir this morning.
Howard and I knocked off what we could of the Punch-List items identified during the homeowner walk-throughs. We installed the grab bars, cleared out he basement of all the remaining tools and loaded up the little Smart Car (and it's not so smart trailer), insulated the dryer exhaust ducts, ran drain lines from the HRV units and caulked around a vent. And, in answer to the title question: it takes only one, but I had do do it twice. I didn't realize the two cases of CFLs were of different lumen ratings, and had to re-re-lamp them; I luxed-up! We were done by lunch-time and I delivered the tools back to the ReStore (without getting a ticket).
Except for the items below requiring a contractors, and the replacement cabinet door, that does it for volunteers, until the spring.
Howard: Roofers and siding contractors to finish up.
Rob: Window screens and replacement door.
Brian: Once the roofers and siding contractors are finished, Would you please take a final photo from your spot across the street?
Next Days: Life and laundry
Materials/Tools: Back at ReStore