...: Marsh Chatter
Each winter - we try to do some remodeling of our home. This may just be repainting, or it may be 'ripping out' ancient carpet in preparation for new flooring of some type.
For 2013 - the selected location in the house is our bedroom closet and with that - the bedroom. The bedroom was last painted about 10 years ago, so was long overdue for a freshening and the closet hasn't been touched since we moved here.
Here are a few photos of WIP (aka work-in-progress).
What do you find in an old house that was remodeled 30 years ago?
You never know what you will find. This Gap was found at the doorway to the closet. There is a matching one still obscured by the plywood on the bedroom side. Initial solution: spray foam to seal out any zombies.
Closet fully stripped, cleaned, and walls primed.
Yet to do... new wire shelving/hanger space. In general, looking for more order.
Ziva: one of our inspectors. You don't see me... RIGHT!
Yes - when you have pets, they just have to hang around where the action is. Quickest solution is to turn on the shop vac and the noise sends them off very quickly.
Our camera quit after these photos... in fact in these photos I can see spots... I'm guessing that the camera has some moisture in the lens. It is reporting a Lens Error - the manual says to seek authorized dealer... Well, a five year old camera - low $ at that - will likely cost more to service than it's worth... so it is likely time to pick a new camera. Funny how our Canon "film" camera from 1987 still works fine. Just a little costly and frustrating to wait for developing...
More to come...