Inside “THE” House!

Todays visit I decided to take a look “inside” the house. Sunday appears to be the construction crews day off. I parked across the street from the house and walked over to the property. Up across the dirt where the driveway  will be and into the garage.

It was the first time I have been in an under construction building since I was in the Navy at NAS Atlanta and we built a racquetball court . I was in the Seabees, the construction unit of the Navy. The acronym comes from “C”onstruction “B”attalion.

It was easy to make out the rooms and start to imagine where things will go. Here are todays photos of the wood, wiring and things inside and above the wood!

Someone forgot to throw away his leftovers after lunch! A stack of drywall that will soon be on the garage walls.
Someone forgot to throw away his leftovers after lunch! A stack of drywall that will soon be on the garage walls.
Wiring running thru the studs.
Wiring running thru the studs.
Door from the living room to the hallway .
Door from the living room to the hallway .
The tub in the 2nd bathroom.
The tub in the 2nd bathroom.
The tub in the master bathroom.
The tub in the master bathroom.
A separate shower in the master bathroom.
A separate shower in the master bathroom.
View in the living room down the hallway to the front door.
View in the living room down the hallway to the front door.
Living room with drywall to be installed.
Double doors in the master bedroom to the patio in the back of the house.
Double doors in the master bedroom to the patio in the back of the house.
The view from my patio!
The view from my patio!
Another view of the livingroom.
Another view of the living room.
Wood, wood everywhere!
Wood, wood everywhere!
Wall insulation plus some pipes in the laundry room.
Wall insulation plus some pipes in the laundry room.
Windows facing the street in the breakfast nook.
Windows facing the street in the breakfast nook.
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2 thoughts on “Inside “THE” House!

  1. Thanks for the tour, Bill. I am impressed with how clean they keep the worksite. That’s a good sign. Interesting that they spray the bottom of the studs and plates… I assume a rot or waterproof treatment of some sort. We use pressure treated wood out here. The framing is very tidy, but I don’t see blocking 4′ up between the studs. It is interesting to see different building codes. Is that cement board for the siding? Great stuff if it is. Good luck, looking forward to the next stage.

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