Saturday, September 1, 2012

Garage doors installed

No automatic openers yet, but garage door man installed these last night and they look very nice!  I think I need a load of ROC so I can get the ol' minivan in there!!!

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Still. Moving. in.

Hubbie installed a closet rod in each of our closets.  We now have internet in the new house.  Still waiting on the TV to be moved and the couches.  You can get a lot done without access to a TV or internet!

Saturday, July 14, 2012

Moving In!

We're moving our stuff in today.  Should be a busy day!

Friday, July 13, 2012

Contraption for hanging & drying doors for paint sprayer

Here is his invention for hanging doors to be painted

Here is the contraption with doors hanging and ready for paint.  There is a screw with a washer screwed into the center top of each door & they just hang from that screw and can be slid in both directions.

Here is the contraption for hanging the doors to dry in the garage.  They just hang by that same screw & washer, but they have a little notches the just sit in.

Back Porch Handrails installed

Now that our iron worker has installed the back porch iron handrails, we are READY to pass our c/o inspection with the county.  That means we could move in any time we want.  We have to get the insurance fellow out here on Monday and the county inspector too.  We will begin moving in next week (at least that is my plan...I already have the sheets on my bed!!!)

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Master Bedroom Furniture with iron accents

This is NOT a picture of my bedroom (YET!!!) but we bought this set of furniture for our master bedroom and it will be delivered in 2 days! Called Royal Traditions (perfect for our castle!)

Saturday, July 7, 2012

Handrails installed on upper front porch!

Iron Railings on Stairs

No handrails
Handrail on one side
Handrail on Both sides...LOVE IT!

Monday, June 25, 2012

Saturday, June 23, 2012

Close to receiving the "Certificate of Occupancy"

Pretty much waiting on the man who is making our handrails to move in.  We will apply for our "CO" or certificate of occupancy from the county.  This is the document that states that your house is safe enough to occupy.  Ironman said maybe 3 weeks. I had really been hoping for 1 week, but you can't have a two story porch on the front of the house without company (& county inspector) is not interested in insuring without them!