All went well with the walk-through with the GC on Tuesday...
mechanical (HVAC) / LP fireplace / electrical / framing inspections took place on Tuesday "with flying colors" and the plumbing inspection was the following day.
Not much that would show since last pictures - the insulation crew does their install and then the sheetrock crews go into action. That's when things will look like more defined spaces vs. all that open frame work.
The house is going to have craftsman style elements and the interior trim / millwork reflects that as well - 5" cove crown moulding, 1 x 4 rail and stile wainscot trim (great room w/ fireplace) and fully cased doors, windows and openings trimmed with 1 x 4 trim and 8" baseboards throughout.
One element I'm adding (wish I could have it done during build) is adding picture rail mouldings - my first two homes (1927, 1939) had this and liked being able to hang artwork, move it around and no nail holes. I added this to my 1999 house - made it look more A&C style with fixtures and that one had wood floors and stained doors, trim and casings.
So I measured out all the walls and needed 334 linear feet of moulding! So 45 pieces arrived mid week (and the Challenger fit two boxes of 7.5' mouldings with rear seat folded down) but since I had to run to GA to take care of estate matters (dad passed away in May) for a couple of days, I just stashed these in the apartment...
Today I bought the trim paint and started the process of pre-painting them (walls are a different color from trim) and they'll all get two coats of paint. That way I only have to patch / paint the nail holes after they're installed.
Here's the electrical details (and the CAT5 and CATV wiring) one of those shots is the dedicated 240V circuit for the lift and the first 10 pcs (of 45) that got their first coat - going off to a late afternoon car show soon...only 35 pcs more to go...!
And no, there's no gift wrapping room,