Home-Towne Suites Tuscaloosa
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... sheathed that, installed black felt paper and then the Mennonites installed the metal on the roof to have the home "blacked in" and ready for the mechanical subcontractors to begin work.
Additionally, Brandon had them shift over to another site, this one at 110 Juanita Drive for the day. When you looked at it first thing in the morning, it looked like a daunting task. This home is being built with ...
... of mostly women came with friend Tollie Meggs, a fellow Capstoner, who leads a group called Out of the Boat. Tollie loves Jesus and is also a person whose words and actions are the same. She told me a few weeks ago that she would bring 30 people and that she did. Her group mostly painted the whole house. It is not built yet, but they painted all of the siding that will be installed on the house and then ...
... The finish on the cabinets was not that diferent- one was a medium dark maple and the other had a little more reddish color. No one on staff caught it and both sets were installed in the wrong house. It was not until Ernestine came along afterwards and said, Uh, that is not the cabinets that I picked. Oooops. Not that it happens that often, but if a mixup occurs or something is installed not to our standard, I generally will ...
... him replace the ones we borrowed. The drywallers are complete in that home so we are ready to paint and they have also moved over to the Womens build and we should be ready to paint the interior some time this week.
Enjoyed the nice campfire after work at our camp with the group and one evening went out to dinner at Jim and Nicks.
The group headed back early Saturday morning for ...
... the day and knows quite a bit about house building and also leading and showing others the various steps required.
The house started about a week ago and is now under roof, with windows and doors installed, half of the metal roof installed (courtesy of our Mennonite friends) and the Hardi siding started. Not exactly a Blitz build but still they got a lot done in the first week. The time necessary to ...