As the high water subsides, framing comes to a completion on this impressive Scotch Creek waterfront home. Timber frame posts, beams and arches are also stained and in place.
Weatherproofing has started on the roof. Stone Grey Enviroslate shingles are on site and awaiting installation, as well as Alpine snow guards.
Mechanical installations start July 3rd with plumbing rough-ins with heating and ventilation following over the next 2 - 3 weeks. This includes radiant floor heating on the main and upper floors. Cabinetry will support plumbers, heating and ventilation and electricians by laying out all cabinetry on the sub-floors.
Elevator rough-ins are occurring just prior to electrical stage. Electrical meetings have finalized rough-in plans along with ensuring seamless coordination with home automation.
Custom wood windows are in production with factory stain which are to be installed without liners prior to drywall as a protective measure. Corresponding wood trims are also being factory stained at the same time to ensure a perfect match.
Challenge now is to recover 6 weeks in the schedule lost to harsh winter weather and timber frame production delays. It's busy out there!