Not a lot of exciting things have been happening. Just some mechanical items such as duct work for the HRV system, gas lines, and I finished installing the fascia material so the roof drip edge could be finished up.
I have visitors every few days stopping by to see the house, they just pull right up in the driveway and are very complimentary on the design, and many say they either were “going to buy the lot” or “were going to build one like this”, either way, it’s nice that people appreciate the design.
Just follow the photos and captions to see what’s been happening.
The gas line installers showed up in this truck. I’m not really sure what else to say on this…..
We worked to re-route the trail across the property after finding Utah has a provision to protect land owners from liability where a trail crosses private land. This allows continuity through the trail.
We picked up two kayaks to enjoy the nearby water of the Provo River, Deer Creek, and Jordanelle Reservoir.
I installed some lights in the garage to be able to work later since it gets dark so early with daylight saving time.
The UPS driver, amongst many others, feel our Honey Bucket is a public restroom.
Roofers finishing up the drip edge and gutter. The cement board fascia complete, should not have to be painted ever.
Ducting for the HRV (Heat Recovery Ventilator) system that exchanges stale air for fresh air throughout the house.
Address marker on a plate steel bar that will eventually rust and sit about 4 feet out of the ground near the street. The silver numbers should stand out nicely once it rusts.