|First row of house wrap on!|
|Second row on both sides.|
|Third row on both sides.|
|Fourth row. Man that sucked with one person!|
Found this bathtub in someones trash in front of their house. There is absolutely nothing wrong with it. I was originally planning on doing a shower with a wood floor and tile walls. But if I can make this work I will probably use it instead but I will still most likely use tile up the walls. The tub is just plastic and is very light so it wouldn't add that much weight. But I would have to paint it a different color. I dislike very much when I see pictures of a tiny house and their bathroom is draped in those ugly white plastic shower stalls. I know they are lightweight and waterproof and all but please paint them people! I have painted a plastic tub before and it worked pretty good and was easy to do.
|Found this bathtub on the side of the road! Think I might use it in the bathroom. I measured it. It will fit!! But if I decide against doing that it will become my outdoor solar shower!|
|Roof front to back.|
|Finished up sheathing with some pallet planks.|
|Now to finish the house wrap on the back.|
I got a truck load of sheets of plywood, lots of boxes of screws and nails, a nice long level, and a cordless drill from one of my lovely guitar students! For Free!!
|Thank you Liz!!!|
|Sliding glass patio door from Lowes. $300|
|Framing up the front!|
|View from afar.|
|They say putting in a sliding glass door is a two man job in the instructions that come with the door. HA! Where there's a will, there's a way!|
|Put house wrap on the front and caulked around everything and screwed that puppy in!|
|I have a front door!|
|View from the inside.|
|Door is now framed, level, caulked, foamed in, foil tape around the exterior of the frame, screwed in all around the flange, and the hinge for the lock installed. I now can not worry about water getting in when it rains! It is all sealed up!|
Until next time! Wish me luck!