February 17, 2020
This week has generally been about boxes - lots of boxes.
I currently have 139 light switches planned for all three floors. 🤷
Add to this the power receptacle boxes, and I will need to install over 200 electrical boxes in the dwelling. Many of Read More...
February 9, 2020
Another week has flown by and unfortunately, I do not have anything exciting to show you this week.
It has been a week gathering up steam to start both the electrical and water supply rough-ins. There was an agonizing amount of time loo Read More...
February 3, 2020
Time for my weekly check-in. I am again using videos to speed up the documenting of my progress to hopefully ensure more consistent updates for you.
One of my first tasks, this week, was to seal the eys on the conduit leading to my Dupl Read More...
January 26, 2020
Well - this week I am going to claim a mulligan or do-over.
My back decided it was going to rule the roost for the week, regardless of how much meds it received. For much of the week, I could barely walk, so climbing around on ladders was NOT going to Read More...
January 20, 2020
Time for my weekly check-in albiet a little late due to technical difficulties yesterday. I had intended to have a video showing the installation of each of the components of the non-potable water circuit, but technical difficulties meant I Read More...
January 12, 2020
Another week has flown by and as I look back to see how I have spent my week, I am amazed at how long planning has continued to take on this project. I certainly start to understand the costs assocated to architects on custom homes. At lea Read More...
January 5, 2020
Trying to abide by my promise of weekly updates. While over the last week, I have only been performing boring office work, I did manage to squeeze out two new time-lapse vids for the outdoor roving cam.
I have some fun and narrated the Read More...
January 1, 2020
Finally! This sums up my thoughts of the moment and covers a wide array of topics this year.
Finally: On June 8, I finished the installation of the roofing insulation package and Ceiling OSB air and Vapour barrier. This significantly closed up the dw Read More...