Shampoo and Booze Episode 48: Renovation Stage 1 COMPLETE

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The renovation has been taking up all of our time- hence the lack of podcast. However, we're happy to say that the first stage of unglamorous work (framing, some flooring, windows, siding) is done. On to stage 2 of unglamorous work (electrical, insulation, HVAC, drywall, finish plumbing)! See photos below of some of the dirty work we've had our hands in.

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7 comments:

  1. Wow, that's a million dollar view

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    1. the view is basically why we bought the house. it's beautiful!

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  2. It looks amazing. The house and the view. I'm certain that it will be very popular once it's complete and ready to be rented out.

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  3. It wont even look like the same house when you are done.

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  4. So what made you go with traditional window style instead of the previous mid-century-modern wall of windows? It was pretty striking in the original photos.

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    1. yeah. like jay said- i'll echo that a modern version of the 'wall of glass' done with energy efficient/tinted windows (that side is south facing omg!) costs a damn fortune, esp because several would be custom triangle or trapezoidal shapes and we would had to hire a specialty glass company to make them and install them. would have cost as much as all our windows combined or more. so we ordered the nicest/most energy efficent/easiest to install windows we could (Andersen).

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  5. Is The Josh Leo? I'm glad you found us over here on this random project.

    We chose these windows because of a couple practical reasons:
    --These are the most awesome, efficient windows we could find. It'll keep that hot sun out during the day.
    --We wanted big sheets of glass to seethe view, instead of breaking up the view with smaller windows.
    --It's expensive to create a wall of glass. We just couldnt afford it.

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