Home Remodel Time
Click here to see Kitchen Demolition Day One where we destroyed the pantry.
On Day Two, Kyle created the framing of the new side of the kitchen:
In this pic you can see me peeking out from the upstairs window, hehe!:
First Kyle built the walls by himself each individually on the ground. Then we put them up in place and connected them, screwing them into the ground/floor, into each other, and into the existing house. Part of the ground there was concrete so we had to buy special concrete screws for that. The other half of the floor was wood so we used wood screws. Then I cut the pieces that go in between the studs and Kyle screwed them in.
No we didn’t get a permit to do any of this, but we did everything to code, and seriously guys, we fixed this house and made it better than it was. By FAR!
Stay tuned for day 3!
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