A day in the life...

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Super_Randy wrote: October 1st, 2023, 8:26 pm wtf, im dyslexic and don't even have that problem. what's wrong with you? :lol:
My mom always told me I was special. Well, she pronounced is SPESHUL.
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Plumbing today. Hot, insulation and a roof that impales you every time you lift your head up.
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I passed the electrical rough-in inspection and moved to getting the plumbing ready for it's inspection. The largest issue is that the PO installed a water heater 12 feet up in the air. Also, it was a small tank so the kids were sometimes running out of hot water. I found a near-new large tank on FB marketplace and moved it down to the ground. The electrical inspector told me that it would fail because in a garage, the tank needed to be suspended 18 inches, so I cut up the plumbing(again) and built a stool for the tank. During that process, I reclaimed some of the floor space from when it was in the air so the compressor didn't get moved too far out.

Old tank.

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First new tank install.

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Second new tank install.

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Yay! Some good progress sir!,
Step by step - slow and steady wins the race. :)

That stool turned out quite nice.
Resembles half of this in a way... :lol:

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I've mastered slow, just got to work on the steady part :)

I've started drywall, I can hang and finish it everywhere but wet walls. Hoping the kids will have actual walls again in a week or so.

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