I finished all the touch ups and am rather pleased as to how they look.
The landing will be covered with linoleum, we have quite a bit left over from doing the bathroom and I couldn't see wasting it.
Right now it is rough plywood with some paint on it ... with a nice fuzzy soft bath rug on it.
It is amazing the amount of 'dirt' that collects on the stairs. I am pleased to have it painted and done. A quick swipe of a damp cloth cleans it quickly and I don't have to drag an old vacuum up and down the stairs any longer.
Morris posed for me.
View from top
View from the landing
Out with the old yucky stuff and eventually in with the new. I don't dare nag my husband about it as he is still working on the heater installation.
Dearest hubby loves to draw some things out. I think he likes to see how long we can wait each year before we turn the heat on anyway.
Friday night it is supposed to be 38 degrees. Today he turns the heat on!
This is what is called a direct vent heater. For our small house we don't need a large furnace. For 20 years we've only had one small propane heater or another.
With the added insulation, new windows, new roof and doors, we ought to be able to heat this house with a match if need be!
Of course I am kidding. Those nights it gets to -20 in mid winter? Yeah, it is nice to have a nice warm cozy house.
Our contractor promised to come back and finish the trim on the windows as soon as we got the walls done. I guess I shouldn't have paid him as I've left a message and he has not responded in 3 weeks.
He has 6 windows left to trim out and trim the dining area in the house.
Oh yes! I finished painting the ceiling in the living room. If anyone ever tells you that they like painting ceilings call them on it. No fun! But I did get it done and when the trim is in, we can start to rearrange the house!