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Building Progress ~ February 2009

Category: Barn Conversion Journal March 23rd, 2009 by mbc

As it’s already embarrassingly late I’ll make the February update a whistle-stop tour of what progress has been made.

My clay-paint painting is going well (if slowly) although I think in places, where I’ve not been so careful in getting the grain of the application of paint quite right – by that I mean where I’ve applied paint in a direction out of kilter with the surrounding area – I may need to rub down with sandpaper before applying the final coat. So maybe more work than first expected.

The stove is now nicely settled into place waiting for the flue to be attached and routed up through the first floor, along the internal wall of the second bedroom and out though the roof. We eventually decided to opt for an internal flue as that is what we have permission for and a) we don’t fancy another visit to planning and b) I prefer a solution that will keep as much heat as possible in the building.

If you enjoyed that post, then read these…

Rock and Roll … take 2
From the back of the barn, along one side of the ‘garden’ (the enclosed area to the back of the barn) runs a mortared stone built wall.

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Building Progress ~ March 2008, week 1 & 2
We’ve now arrived at the stage where I need to get start getting services installed into the fabric of the building – first fix electrics and plumbing.

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Attention to detail… May 2009 update
You (still) can’t beat a good list (see the bottom of this post for the previous ones) – this is the current position: In Progress Flooring and tiling We’ve bought slate wall…

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