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I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
What might you find here?
- Problems I've solved (mostly computer- or network related).
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- Our remodeling experience.
- Local (Sacramento) information.
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Tag Archives: quilt_shop
About seven months ago, we got a notice from Sacramento County about our expired permit for the quilt shop. We renewed the permit (to avoid ever-increasing penalties), and now we’re just days away from having to call for an inspection … Continue reading
We passed our final inspection on the first try! **WOO HOO!!!** Unfortunately we’re not yet finished with our remodel/addition. There are still a few items on the [punch list], but the rest of the work is basically: * Telephone/network wiring … Continue reading
We have our “final” inspection on the house/addition today. I don’t expect that we’ll pass on the first try, since nobody else I know has been able to pull that off. The final inspection punch list is empty for now, … Continue reading
The windows and sliding glass door were installed on the quilt shop yesterday. I didn’t get to stick around and take pictures of the window installation, since I had to scoot off to work. (In fact, I was walking out … Continue reading
Barb’s quilt shop is just about to enter the “home stretch”. We met with the GC last night and decided it was time to push hard on this aspect of the project because: 1. The quilt shop is a separate … Continue reading
The electrician was out yesterday installing our two electrical panels, the main service panel on the quilt shop and the sub-panel on the house. (Also, Barb and I finished sheathing the west wall of the quilt shop last night.) [SMUD] … Continue reading
Looks like we’re going to have a slight delay before our roof is started. The lumber for the roof won’t arrive until later this week so there’s no rush for us to get the rafter tails pulled from the existing … Continue reading
Between Andy, Barb, and me, we got all the walls of the quilt shop sheathed, although I still need to drive some more nails into the middle of the OSB panels. We also need to sheath the gables. Once that’s … Continue reading
We get our second inspection today: joists and under-floor plumbing for the addition. While we were waiting for the inspector to do his thing with the addition, we continued work on Barb’s quilt shop. Speaking of the quilt shop… After … Continue reading