According to my Dad, that’s how the Chinese invented printing.
After much debate the position of the extractor fan was determined (you can see a previous candidate position indicated by the question mark below it).
This is the vent, it exits above the porch canopy. It’ll get boxed in eventually.
The WC then got skimmed.
The inspection chamber installed in week 5 got cemented in (that couldn’t be done until the building control officer had seen it).
As I’m three (almost four) weeks behind on the building work updates and there are lot of little things changed all over the house I thought I’d split the posts by topic rather than chronologically – this post is for the extension.
Did you ever make lego houses as a child and after a couple of rows realise you’d not left the gap for the door or window. I’m glad that doesn’t happen to the pros.
The holes left by the needles have been completely filled.
The holes at the front were also filled and the brick sill put in.
They installed Type E Cavitrays which are to stop damp coming down the wall when an external wall becomes and internal wall. Here’s a thrilling installation animation. Also bits of wood for the roof (I have no idea what this is called).
Roof trusses up and cavitrays finished.