The electricians were in early in the week. Lights have been installed, as well as power points, the alarm system, smoke alarms and the doorbell. I wanted to try out some lights, but we didn't know what the guy/s in the roof were doing, and we didn't want to do anything annoying or risky. This is all really boring stuff. I have a heap of really dull photos of light fittings (obligatory power saver bulb and plastic chinaman's hat), but it's hard to justify sharing such bad, boring photos! So here's just a couple.
Heating and cooling
Heating and cooling vents are finished, as well as the return air vent. The controls have also been installed. Believe it or not, these photos are more boring than the electrical ones, so you will have to make too with the glimpses of cooling vents and the controller in the electrical photos.
The plumbers have been in and the difference the finishing touches have made in the bathroom is significant. Although for the most part the basins and taps etc. aren't features in their own right (and add nothing to the colour palate, they do have the effect of bringing everything together.
One toilet has been installed, the other had a crack in it so needs to be replaced.
Basins in the bathroom and ensuite are in.
The bath has been installed.
The shower rails have been installed in both bathrooms, and the shower screens have been fitted in the bathroom (with the ensuite screens delivered but waiting for installation).
In the laundry, the trough and veggie sprayer have been installed (not that we are expecting to see a lot of vegetables in the laundry!), as well as the washing machine taps, including the compulsory recycled water tap.
|Washing machine taps|
The kitchen sink and tap have also been installed.
The walk in robe, wardrobes in the bedrooms, pantry and linen press have all been fitted out with rails and shelves as appropriate.
|Walk in robe|
|Bedroom 3 wardrobe|
Yesterday we ordered our letterbox, the "Maddison". The centre panel can be ordered in any colour, and we have chose Colourbond woodland grey to tie in with the roof, the garage door and front door, and to contrast against the lighter render that it will be in front of.
|The Maddison Letterbox|