Jacquela and Steven rented a truck from Penske at Home Depot. We hired Kevin and Matt for the day from Ranserve — and Matt’s friend Myles. We backed the truck down the driveway at Sea Eagle View at about 9 am. And went to work emptying the garage of stuff in boxes.
By 10:15 am we were on the road to Emerald Hill for the first run of the day. Steven assembled the metal shelving — powered by the revelation that cheap stuff does not go together easily or well — pulled from Sea Eagle View. Kevin, Matt and Myles unloaded the truck, nearly filling one 40-foot side of the new garage bay.
Then it was time for lunch at the taco truck opposite Anderson High School.
Back at Sea Eagle View, we loaded the truck with boxes from the train room, the toy room, the flex room, the guest bedroom and the great room. There was still room on the truck, so we emptied out the storage closet next to Steven’s office, and boxes under Steven’s desks. Matt crammed that truck to the ceiling, packing boxes in tightly.
Jacquela climbed into the cabin of the rental truck to ride shotgun while Steven drove the second run to Emerald Hill.
And we went to work unloading the truck.
Jacquela took a break to take a couple of pictures.
We called it a day at 5 pm.
Above, Steven takes the last box out of the truck at the end of the second run.
Ron Dahlke is beating off the virus and files this week’s summary report:
Passed garage final electrical
Finish majority of interior paint
Finish exterior paint on garage
Install hot water heaters
Install garage doors
Install office track lights
Startup on AC unit
Remove temporary construction fence
Install exhaust fan covers
Meet gutter company on site
Complete low voltage install on Thursday
Complete electrical repairs
Schedule electrical final
Schedule blower door inspection
Schedule duct balancing test
Schedule HVAC and plumbing finals
Demo flooring in garage
Repair and reinstall balusters
Remove items from garage
Remove trash from site
We will continue to punch out misc repairs. More importantly, we will work thru the list of above inspections. Each one needs to be passed before we can schedule the next inspection. The goal is to schedule the final building inspection.