Daniel Lee the HUD Consultant (more on what that is here) was already at Elephant Culo by the time I pulled up this afternoon. He had his original report with him and was just checking things off. By the time Steve my GC showed up (on time, Daniel was a little early and I was way early), all Dan needed was to double check his list of what was done.
- GCFI outlets in kitchen and baths
- Interior painted (will be touched up after the floors are installed)
- HVAC installed (inspection tomorrow!)
- Kitchen pendant light installed
- Cabinetry removed and trim fixed in the kitchen
- Roof replaced
- Gable vents replaced
- Window trim wrapped in vinyl
- Roof fascia replaced and painted
That’s a good looking list, right? Yay! I had to sign one form and Steve had to sign two forms. Now Dan sends a report to Chris at M & T. I’m sure Chris will then generate another report, possibly a TPS report, and then so long as this is done by 12:30 tomorrow afternoon, the check-cutting people at M&T will UPS a check to me. The check will be addressed to Steve and I, just as a way to provide a final balance in the system. Then Steve can pay some people!
Highlights to look for in the coming days:
- Hanging my upholstered door headboard on the wall in the master bedroom – I tried to take photos of this, project and they arehorrible!
- HVAC inspection
- Plumber to replace the shower pan in the master bath and fix the sewer connection pipe under the house (that seems like a big deal, doesn’t it?)
- Vinyl installation
- Carpet installation
- Touch up painting
- Appliances coming for the kitchen and laundry
- Installing cabinet hardware in the kitchen
- Finishing the installation of the pedestal sink
- Finishing tearing out that horrible no good very bad wall paper in the half bathroom
I’m exhausted just thinking about it, and I’m not even doing most of the work. Oh, and I have a brief due in the NC Supreme Court on my birthday next week, and I’m packing, and I’m moving.
I got this. Can someone get me a diet Coke?