Thursday, March 20, 2014

Plumbing first rough done!

On Monday we had 2 1/2 inches of rain so we had to put off construction until things dried out. (Note how much is in the wheel barrow!)
Today the workers came and completed the first rough in about six hours.
Here is where the air conditioning chase and the water line enter the building on one side and where the sewer comes out on the other side to the septic tank.
Can you see the future toilet and sinks in the master bath?
Or the shower and the tub and the line to the upstairs bathroom?
Here's the tankless water heater under the stairs, with the half bath behind it and the laundry room behind that.
Here is the kitchen sink and the line of plumbing from the kitchen on one side of the house through to the master bathroom on the other side. The electrical conduit goes in tomorrow and if all passes inspection on Saturday (and if it doesn't pour rain again), they will get ready to pour the slab next week.

8 comments:

  1. Looks great! We are glad to see work progressing steadily now.

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  2. Glad you're on your way! It's even better that you're on a stage where you can still look further into the foundations and grounding of your drainage layouts and whatnot. It pays to start from the bottom and know what the potential problems are, and build add-ons and grafts from there.

    Levi @ Capital Plumbing

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  7. Wow! I'm amazed with that good-looking skeleton system of the bathroom pipes. I can see all of the hard work you've been doing, and I'm sure those are pying off now. Great job, Paw! Thanks for sharing that! All the best!

    Evon Brow @ Athens Plumbing

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