Once the cleaning is done, then it’s a matter of getting the painters in to paint the walls & ceiling and install the new baseboards. Then we’re good to go. I really can’t wait for it to be truly completed. It’ll be nice. Afterwards there’s a lot to do planning for the wedding and we have almost no time. Currently the wedding is set for November 2nd. The first thing to do is to get the restaurant squared away. Then it’s a matter of getting invitations printed, sent out, shopping for a dress, etc. We’re shooting for just a very small reception so hopefully it’s not something that will get out of hand. I can’t afford a big wedding anyways!
Things are coming hard & fast but it’s exciting so I’m not worried. Yet. 🙂
As promised, here are some progress photos of the remodeling:
I’m using TL Premier Construction in San Diego to do the work. Those guys are super efficient. Most of the major demo occurred in the first day with remediation work done the following day followed by electrical rough-in, framing, flooring work and plumbing rough-in. My house was built in 1952 so it’s over 60 years old. It has remarkably held up very well over the decades but there are some things that needed repair work. That’s the toughest part of remodeling an older home. Construction standards were way different back then. Materials were different too. In some cases they were better but the majority is better today. Material science have gone a long ways since the 1950’s! Still, a lot of the work is repairing before the renovation.
I’m hanging in tight though as the project is moving quickly. I’ll add pictures at some point here so you all can see what I’m talking about.
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