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Tag Archives: stucco
I uploaded quite a few pictures to our [Flickr account](http://www.flickr.com/photos/sonicchicken/) today and created some new photo sets. I also added some more pictures to the [painting photoset](http://www.flickr.com/photos/sonicchicken/sets/72157603089665346/).
We have another inspection(s) today–gas pressure test and stucco scratch. The stucco inspection is no big deal, the inspector just walks around looks at the exterior of the house. The gas pressure test is kind of a drag, though. We … Continue reading
It’s sure handy being one of the few people building or remodeling a home at this point. I called Jack, our stucco subcontractor, yesterday afternoon to see if they could put the first coat on the house now, seeing as … Continue reading
(Update: I forgot to include the pictures. Doh!) It’s been a while since I’ve posted–too busy working on the house to write much about it! The stucco crew was out last week and got the house wrapped and lathed. (And … Continue reading
Normally I’m very supportive of the Sacramento County Building Department. Nearly everybody I’ve dealt with has been helpful, professional, and even pleasant. On top of that, the inspector who’s assigned to our job is outstanding. But he must be on … Continue reading
Construction started on our remodel/addition project six months ago, today. We were hoping to be finished by now, but at least the end is in sight! I’m almost done with the wiring (*finally!*), and we’re just about ready to jump … Continue reading