Catching up, plumbing “top out” in process

Steven is back from a week away at the Consumer Electronics Show. He walked Emerald Hill today with Jacquela.

Steven observes: Ron put in a productive week, playing in the house without Steven underfoot …

Above, the plumbers are in the process of installing the shower head and tub fixtures in bath 3 upstairs. Jacquela uses the LED on her phone to help Steven’s camera see in the dark.

The coolest sink, out of the box, mounted to the Mudroom bath wall. And the toilet in position. Steven has to ask Ron about replacing the white PVC drain pipe with chrome versions.
The coolest sink, out of the box, mounted to the Mudroom bath wall. And the toilet in position. Steven has to ask Ron about replacing the white PVC drain pipe with chrome versions.
The showerhead in Jadin's bath.
The showerhead in Jadin’s bath.
The Toto toilet in Jadin's bath. In position. And the tall storage vanity, unboxed, inserted into  its niche -- just like we planned. Two weeks ago Steven put a hold on the Toto installs to discuss questions raised by the plumbers. While at CES, Jonelle at Ferguson instructed Steven there is no reason for concern -- and Steven asked Ron to procede with Toto installation.
The Toto toilet in Jadin’s bath. In position. And the tall storage vanity, unboxed, inserted into its niche — just like we planned. Two weeks ago Steven put a hold on the Toto installs to discuss questions raised by the plumbers. While at CES, Jonelle at Ferguson instructed Steven there is no reason for concern — and Steven asked Ron to proceed with Toto installation.
Installation of the shower head, wand and control valves in the master shower -- not yet complete. At minimum, there's an escutcheon plate missing from the water line that feeds the wand. But ... Jacquela likes the height of the adjustable bar. And when she lowered the wand to the floor, water dribbled out -- which means the water lines are pressurized!
Installation of the shower head, wand and control valves in the master shower — not yet complete. At minimum, there’s an escutcheon plate missing from the water line that feeds the wand. But … Jacquela likes the height of the adjustable bar. And when she lowered the wand to the floor, water dribbled out — which means the water lines are pressurized! On the punch list — addressing the tile floor.
Jacquela tries to slip out of site into the water closet in the master bath. The tower vanity is unboxed and installed.
Jacquela tries to slip out of site into the water closet in the master bath. The tower vanity is unboxed and installed.
The plumbers are still working on the Toto toilet and bidet seat in the water closet of the master bath.
The plumbers are still working on the Toto toilet and bidet seat in the water closet of the master bath.

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