Maine Escape DAY 16 – No end to the Wood

Maine Escape DAY 16 - No end to the Wood

DAY 15 – No end to the Wood

PREVIOUSLY – Maine Escape

Yesterday at the Maine Escape we manage to keep the utilities ahead of the cladding as the Bunk Room walls we closed up and found unused areas for built-ins.


NO END TO THE WOOD – Maine Escape

The weather turned on us and we’ve got damp and humid conditions to work in. Carlos continued to clad the walls and I jumped in to help with the unique cuts around the built-ins.

 

Some of the cuts were pretty unique and frustrations ran high as one false cut burned a piece of wood. This cut went into the Ski Snook.

Maine Escape DAY 16 - No end to the Wood
Cladding Cut for Ski Nook

The last of the major wall work was completed with the bend around the door.

Maine Escape DAY 16 - No end to the Wood
Cladded to the Stairs

 


1ST FLOOR BEAUTY SHOTS – Maine Escape

All this cladding is out of design to match the existing look and style of the house. Here are 2 shots of the 1st Floor to see what we’re striving for.

Maine Escape DAY 16 - No end to the Wood
What we’re trying to Match

 

Maine Escape DAY 16 - No end to the Wood
1st Floor Look

 


THE SOUNDS OF SLUMBER – Maine Escape

The Well Pump makes quite a noise when it turns on. Considering we’re building out a Bunk Room, It’s important to soundproof the room so the sound won’t wake kids up in the middle of the night. This is easily achieved with specific batting to muffle the noise.

 


NEXT TIME – Maine Escape

Tomorrow at the Maine Escape, we attack the stairs with wood, light up some steps, raise the roof (what, what), and Carlos climbs the corporate ladder.

Thanks for tuning in,

-garrett

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