I claimed my space by placing a table and 2 chairs on the porch.
Dave has been working on the outside staircase. It is made from big chunks of Western Red cedar that will resist rot without needing any finishing or sealing. The wood will fade to a soft mottled gray.
The metal treads allow litter from the tree canopy and rain to fall through to the ground below to keep the soil alive. It will also allow shoe grit to drop before I walk into the crawlspace – a good thing because I’m not looking to cleaning the floor more than is necessary. I have other work to do.
The finishing carpenter, Mike, has been working on the window sills. They now have to be filled and sanded then the painter moves in.
The cabinet makers, South Shore Cabinetry, dropped off the built-in cabinets.
They look like big Lego blocks waiting to be put together.
Now the plumber needs to come in to install the sink pipes then the cabinet maker can install these cabinets.
The construction is at the stage where people come and do a specific task then leave. Then the next trade is able to come in and do their next task which then means the next trade can come in. It is taking a lot of coordination by a number of people to do it all in a timely fashion, namely Ron, the general contractor Aaron Yager and Dave the lead carpenter. They are doing a good job. There is progress most days keeping the whole project moving forward.