Outside is almost finished!

Project by Janice posted 11-23-2014 03:22 AM 11631 views 2 times favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I guess it’s been awhile since I posted on here. The outside is finished except underneath where we sit, just alittle more work to do under there. Things have slowed down a lot since my husband got a new John boat and thinks he should be fishing instead of finishing things. But I guess it will all get done eventually. March will be 9 years working on this place. No wonder I am so sick of it! The inside is real close to done also. But I just want it done! I know we will always have things to do, I just want the major things done before the next flood.

-- Janice

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posted 12-17-2014 03:19 AM

It looks like you have quite a lot of things underneath your home that could use a bit of moving around. But otherwise, it looks like it’s pretty much shipshape? What did you want your husband to do for the area?

-- Marcio Wilges @ http://www.platinumremovals.com.au/

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posted 12-17-2014 03:34 AM

Oh, I’m not sure if you’ve seen any other pictures or not. He still has some electrical outlets to put in under there, we only have one right now. He wants to build a fish cleaning sink under there too, under the talller side I should say. And where the new cabin meets the old cabin, underneath we still have to put tin siding up. That’s about it. Inside we still have to frame out the door way from the old cabin to the new cabin too.

-- Janice

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posted 09-23-2016 07:25 AM

You can enclose the underneath with metal screen or some portion of plywood if you want to put your pet inside or some garden materials if you want so. By the way, what type of that door you use, I am kinda thinking that is pocket doors yet it was made of glass for every pocket and almost similar to this http://caldwells.com/exterior-doors/front-doors. You should also consider adding some main front door made of metal so you can have added security.

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posted 03-27-2019 02:55 AM

Isn’t it worrying to know how some people work at their own pace instead of weighing on other factors in their surroundings? I have a family member who also performs only a single task in a month. Thus, it could take him a whole year to get a single project down!

-- David Hamilton, director at https://www.supereasystorage.com.au/locations/geelong/

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posted 04-16-2019 07:23 AM

it never hurts to have a little bit more storage space where you live! There are so many people who have to pay for that extra space elsewhere so just take your time with getting the spot under the house organized hey?

-- Christopger James, manager at: https://www.supereasystorage.com.au/locations/brisbane-north/

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