[st_row id_wrapper=”elm_59ea863e12d71″ ][st_column span=”span12″ id_wrapper=”elm_59ea863e12d25″ ][st_text el_title=”Notes – Sedona House Remodel Project ceiling work” wrapper_padding_top=”0″ wrapper_padding_left=”0″ wrapper_padding_bottom=”0″ wrapper_padding_right=”0″ id_wrapper=”text_d40c0109b9e54790dcdda0bca4b522ff” ]To continuing on our home builder story of the whole house remodel project.
2017-6-23 12.49.47 this is just a picture of the space where we have completed all the inwall and framing componets and are ready for the drywall placement.
12.50.15 this photo shows a bathroom wall wrapped with sound insulation. This will help prevent any sounds from the bathroom to enter the bedroom.
12.50.24 this is another picture of the interior of the bathroom with sound insulation ready for drywall.
12.50.29 another picture of a bedroom with new and existing insulation prior to drywall.
12.51.10 this photo shows the delivery of interior doors that will be installed prior to drywall. The reason we install the doors/ jambs now is because the jambs are kerfed which allows the drywall corner beads to wrap into the jamb. This will replace any door casing you typically see in older homes.
12.51.23 this photos shows the “Open Cell Insulation” in the ceiling. We use this product where when a framing design call for no roof ventilation.
12.51.29 this is a typical photo for window installation. The white window wrap is installed prior to the window installation which provides a more water tight application.
12.51.46 this is another view of the windows after installation which shows the window wrap materials wrapping the sill area and up the sides for a better seal.
[/st_text][/st_column][/st_row][st_row id_wrapper=”elm_5a78e459f252e” ][st_column span=”span6″][st_spacer id_wrapper=”spacer_6be9206861d24e71f5b747fca2851e38″ ][/st_spacer][st_text el_title=” took advantage of the views” id_wrapper=”text_1e2ca420eadf7a0bc4fd981b89169643″ ]This photo shows how we took advantage of the views by raising the existing header in the large window wall so the header does not interfere with the views. We also added a new structural support post to replace the inefficient existing post which removed the bow in the wall from the roof load above.
[/st_text][/st_column][st_column span=”span6″][st_image el_title=” took advantage of the views” image_file=”https://www.biermannconstruction.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/tookadvantageoftheviews2017-06-14-10-03-14.jpg” image_size_wrapper=”” image_size=”full” image_alt=” took advantage of the views” id_wrapper=”image_06db985b426143481c8a386f7abe9a91″ ][/st_image][/st_column][/st_row][st_row ][st_column span=”span7″][st_image el_title=”to eliminate the support post” image_file=”https://www.biermannconstruction.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/toeliminatethesupportpost2017-06-23-12-49-38.jpg” image_size_wrapper=”” image_size=”full” image_alt=”to eliminate the support post” id_wrapper=”image_523121aef1e1deb2eec37542dfaefd2f” ][/st_image][/st_column][st_column span=”span5″][st_spacer id_wrapper=”” ][/st_spacer][st_text el_title=”to eliminate the support post” id_wrapper=”text_b1ed36f23cfe2292ffe1516a9ab132c6″ ]In this photo shows where we wrapped the existing horizontal glu-lam beam with steel plates on both sides to eliminate the support post in the middle of the room then we wrapped it with wood so we could cover the steel and bolts with drywall.
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