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2015 May

Fireplace Stone

     May 27, 2015 0 Comments

Check the fireplace stone install off the list! Paul Prinz Masonry was on site installing the stone around the fireplace, and it’s gorgeous. We got our Regency gas fireplace from Wheatland Fireplace and are extremely happy with how the entire design is turning out. It’s exactly what I had in mind. Paul started installing the…

Superior FD Coatings

     May 26, 2015 0 Comments

The day has arrived! Superior FD Coatings was on site today to beautify the garage. Dan is pretty excited to have a finished garage. He decided to go with not only the floor coating, but some pretty cool hanging shelving as well. I’m more than okay with it because that means (fingers crossed) that the…

Carpet Install

     May 25, 2015 0 Comments

It’s install day! The carpet install will take two days to complete, and here’s day one. Parkland Carpet One dropped off the underlay and materials needed for the install job. We went with a nice cushy underlay because it will make the carpet feel that much better under foot. The installers began the process by…

Drywall Updates

     May 21, 2015 0 Comments

KDI Drywall has been busy at the house taping and mudding all the walls. It’s an important part of the job! Anyone who has tried to do their own mudding knows how difficult it can be. Dan once tried to do some drywall mudding and ended up scraping off just as much as he put…

Stair Railings

     May 20, 2015 0 Comments

It’s exciting to see all the progress on the house. This week we’ve had a crew in to build our custom stair railings. We got all of the products required (the posts, railings and spindles) from Canadian Oakworks. We decided to go with railings that will be painted (vs. stained). We also chose a simple…

Garage Slab

     May 19, 2015 0 Comments

Work has begun to get the garage floor prepped for concrete! We hired Bouss Construction to complete this concrete flatwork (he also did the slab in the basement). The first step was thawing the ground. We had to break the frost in the ground, so a frost fighter was brought on site and ran for…