Saturday, May 30, 2009


It has been too long since I have posted on here and alot has happened. After the mishap at the beginning with the pad things have gone smoothly and we are back on track - due to finish in 4 weeks times. Someone has been working on the site every day for the last month and even this weekend! The gyprockers have done their bit and the cornice guy was hard at it yesterday. Hopefully the kitchen and bathrooms will be in next week...

Matt has been sorting out some of the long we still have to do when we move in... he has worked out the concreting, decided on the extension fencing to go on the side of the garden (so that we block out the neighbours) and priced up the gate/fence at the front. Still got turf to find etc etc... Anyway, here are the photos so far....


  1. Brilliant shots of the progress of the house building progress. Keep them coming!

  2. You have done great work. I hope you will complete pending work in next week.
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