Its Monday morning and I am still exhausted. I spent all day yesterday on the shed extension - 14 hours straight but I think that porogress has been significant.
The inside is now all clad and insulated.
The walls and ceilings have all been painted
The lighting is up but not connected
......and most importantly the cut through has taken place...albeit not in the place I intended. More on this in a minute.
If you want to go back to the previous post on this build head here...
As you can see in the above picture the new cabin is looking clean and white. In both this and the photo below the flourescent tube lights have been installed with the cabling attached. This will be connected probably next weekend
In the photo above you can see where I was intending to cut through. The green painted area. The window will be reclaimed to go on the front of the new shed.This area would need to be supported with extra pillars but on this side of the wall we are ready to go.
However the either side had a very large shelving rack which needed to come down. Clearing this took over 30 minutes and the only place all this lot could be stored was on the table..
|How much stuff ???|
Once the shelving unit was down I ripped off the hardboard facing and was confronted by the issue that the central roof beam in the middle shed was supported by the two uprights in the middle of the wall. My plan had taken a change of direction.
You can see this dilemma in the picture below. You can also see that the entry between the two sheds now lies to the right rather than the centre. The window has been removed and this space will be filled.
Cutting through was relatively straight forward with a jig saw. There are still some bits needed to be done with framing but otherwise the jobs a good un...
Next up building a SHED WITHIN THE SHED..or where I lose some of this space to Mrs Shed...
part 10 can be found here