Plumbing well progressed – check J.
Septic tanks well watered in:
Yes, we’ve had a drop of rain or two…looks like a great lap pool though!Architraves – check J.
Stunning, of course – and made mostly from recycled architraves that we were given from a local house demolition J. And, I only had a minor heart-start to see all the liquid nails that had to scraped off our newly painted walls – so a bit more filling, sanding and painting is now back on the list.Oh, my kitchen – she is sitting in there, waiting patiently for her benchtop – and I only made Michael pull it out once (so Ryan could cut out one cupboard, and add two to the end instead) – better I changed my mind on Day 2 than later, eh? Well I thought so anyway – and it is a much better set up now J. Quite a lovely compromise for a kitchen that was custom made for a different house, in a different configuration.
And for people who know such things – the appliances were just for show – they are now removed so the benchtop – arriving Monday – yay! – can be screwed in place properly. I am still thinking I will paint those jarrah cupboards – but no time right now, and happy to wait until we see how dark it will look with the jarrah benchtop too.
But, good news – the bugs are much less frequent visitors already – yay J. And as much I do really love bugs, these still gotta go!!
We chose plastic leach drains this time because they sound more environmentally friendly – made in WA, recycled plastic and 100% recyclable. And everyone says they do the job right – so not much to not recommend them I hope.