Hiding under the stairs

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Playing in the cupboard

Couldn’t resist putting in

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the electric and gas meters.
Bit flat but added wiring to one and a gas pipe with off tap to the other. Won’t be able to see much of them when the other walls are in but it’s somehow nice to know that they are there.

Most of the rest of the workings involved gluing in what you’ve already seen, so not very exciting but it was good to finally stop working around balancing half the items.

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Work so far

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6 responses »

  1. Yes there is a real sense of satisfaction when you finally take the plunge and GLUE things in place.
    The result for you must be particularly gratifying since your fears and hesitancy in tackling the staircase are now behind you! 🙂

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