It took almost all day to hang the hood and chimney over the range. It is a pretty simple job and wouldn't normally take so long, but Thomas made some modifications to the chimney that took some time. the chimney doesn't sit totally flush on the hood because the hood has metal grommets on the top. The chimney would sit flush on the hood if we cut openings in the chimney edge where it rests on top of the range's grommets, but we were running out of steam and weren't that picky by the time we realized the issue. Fitting the chimney in over the hood and under the soffit took some pounding, but it's in there tight!
I cleaned up the cement floors and Thomas has started the wood floor.
I have been looking at driveway pavers. I've attached some pictures of the samples. I like the Holland pavers (4x8 brick shape) in a herringbone pattern the most. I'd also like a light color mix, which isn't so easy to find.
Hanging the exhaust hood
The chimney and hood are from Proline. The hood is the ProV 36".
2 lights, 2 heat lamps, and baffle filters
Cleaning the cement floors before gluing down engineered wood flooring.
I added a second coat of sealant to the tile floor
Above are holland pavers in herringbone pattern. I think these are too dark and will be too hot in the summer.
Below are tumbled (top) vs. non tumbled (bottom). I think the tumbled ones just look milky...not tumbled
I like the yellow/gold ones above and below. I am looking for a mix with that shade,
Above are some of the different colors of pavers that Roger the paver guy has brought by.
Trying some wall lights for this bathroom
** The blue tape on the walls are marking areas on the wall that had cracks or damage and have been repaired but now need to be repainted.**
Had some rain...