Who was on site
We had a visit from Fred. Nice to see him and he’s coming back to paint.
The siding team is nearly finished Paint colours are near complete for first two coats (519). Trims, baseboards, for all rooms were picked up today and on site, with racks made by Larry in the basement for trim to dry on. Ken started first coating the trim.
Full on Mudding and Taping should be complete late this week and off to priming.
We now have casing on site window returns and door frames on site. Shortly baseboard will be picked up: Wednesday morning, now on site.
The flooring should get started in 519 Monday or Tuesday.
The Finish paint is to be ordered for 517 (now ordered for Mon) The window returns
material and trim will be brought on site The door jambs will be picked up next week
and doors ordered or picked up.
Many people have come together to keep this project moving forward, many thanks to you all. Some more people in the finish carpentry area would be helpful.
Further down the road
The Kitchens will be checked on as they are in full swing.
Bathroom vanities are complete and ready.
The flooring is on site and anxiously awaiting the painting to be done.
Doors will be ordered and Frame (jamb) material picked up.
|Larry working outside. Dec. 9, 2011|
The drywall lift for ceilings has been returned. All tools required are on site WE
REALLY NEED TO CONSIDER A NEW MITRE SAW FOR THE TRIM.
Food and Drink
|Sump pump covered. Dec. 9, 2011|
Many thanx to our food teams, especially to Mary Grey of Gravenhurst, who continues to
go beyond all expectations.
We are all up to date.
A huge thank you to all of you for your continued dedication to this worthy project, especially Larry Fernly, who comes every day and has made this project his own and Dorothy and Marj who have come weekly since the beginning.
- Darren from Muskoka Exteriors
- Greensides thanx for the light
- Muskoka air for the ducting.
Thanks to all. Welcome to Ken, who just found out about the build. He has framing experience and has taken up painting to help out. Thank you, Ken!