I know it has been a while since I've put up any pictures. Things have been happening at the house, but the changes have been mostly inside the walls (wiring, plumbing, etc.) so the changes haven't been really obvious in pictures. I was waiting around for a "big" change.
Also, unfortunately the framer made some mistakes that caused the house not to pass inspection the first time. He cut some serious corners with the housewrap, and left out some bracing that he certainly knew he needed. When the house did not pass, he failed to show up to fix the problems. David ended up fixing them all himself, which delayed us 2 weeks because he had to do the work on his own, while the framer could have done it quickly in one day with his crew. We have yet to hear from this framer as to his explanation for not showing up to do the work, but it cost him his job of doing the siding in the future. This framer has always done excellent work for David in the past, so we were shocked and extremely disappointed by his behavior. Unfortunately, problems like this are all too common in the construction industry! Luckily, David was able to fix all the problems and the house passed inspection easily the second time.
With the framing passed and the wiring/plumbing finished, it was time to start on the walls. The insulation was completed last week, and we immediately started with sheetrock. Right now, the sheetrock is up, and is being mudded. I will put up pictures when they have finished the final coat of mud and it has been sanded.
In the meantime, here are some pictures of the insultation stage:
It looks a LOT different now! More pictures of the completed sheetrock coming soon!!