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Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Quick Interior Update

Did my daily drive by on my way to work and wouldn't ya know that there was a flurry of activity on the lot and in the house. Our PM's have really stepped up their game and have these contractors busy as we come down the homestretch (as I knew they would). Of course I took 2 minutes to quickly take a snoop in the house since the contractors were leaving for lunch anyway. From what I can tell, the cabinets are installed in the kitchen and bathrooms. Tile work has been started in the bathrooms and all the rooms now have doors. The AC unit was being installed as well while I was there. I assume plumbing fixtures can't be too far behind, along with final HVAC and electricians doing their thing and then the laminate wood and carpet. Things are starting to happen fast.  I didn't have time to take a bunch of pictures but I will eventually and post them for all to see. From what I can see, things look OK so far. Here's just a couple pics I took. The others didn't turn out so well.

Kitchen Cabinets





Just another angle
Siding complete

Pic from our PM


 

Hall bathroom tile work

6 comments:

  1. Looks great! I'm so happy for you guys to be almost in. I can't wait to see the finished product!

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    1. Me either. Everyday I get a little more excited.

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    1. Thanks...cant wait to see it with floors and appliances

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  3. Looking good! We chose white tile too for my hall bathroom. We didn't get fancy with the master's and chose the included almond tile.

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  4. well since this is almost complete after what seemed like a long 7 months I will comment on here that after the final walk through yesterday, the house looked gorgeous ! Such high ceilings, and love the light fixtures. I'm getting excited ( more than before) and can't wait till next Tuesday after closing. I think everyone involved in building this house did a great job. It seems like a lot of hours and hard work is put into building a home in a matter of months.

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