Notes, 28 Oct. 2015

Continuing to catch up on daily progress …

Above, Capstone Electric is installing the 4000K 6-inch LEDs that Steven specced for the ceiling cans — cool white, not warm white. Steven sees the 4000K light as white, not yellow, brighter than the average bulb.

Tracy at Lights Fantastic is ordering all the other interior lights and ceiling fans. Tracy, Jacquela and Steven worked on this task for months.

The LEDs ship in these 1/3-height boxes. The lights are nearly flat. They promise to last nearly forever and consume very little electricity. They can also be dimmed to 10 percent. And ... they cost about $25 each. Two years ago, similar LEDs would have cost about $75 each. The lighting revolution continues.
The LEDs ship in these 1/3-height boxes. The lights are nearly flat. They promise to last nearly forever and consume very little electricity. They can also be dimmed to 10 percent. And … they cost about $25 each. Two years ago, similar LEDs would have cost about $75 each — Steven knows this because he installed eight 5000K daylight LEDs into the ceiling cans at Sea Eagle, making the kitchen very very very bright. The lighting revolution continues.
The attic stairs arrived and await installation in the ceiling of the utility room.
The attic stairs arrived and await installation in the ceiling of the utility room.
Celis Drywall is back to float with drywall "mud" the wall where the medicine cabinets, vanities and sinks will soon be installed.
Celis Drywall is back to float with drywall “mud” the wall where the medicine cabinets, vanities and sinks will soon be installed.
The oven, left, and microwave cabinets are now stacked into place.
The oven, left, and microwave cabinets are now stacked into place.
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