Monday, September 12, 2011

Knox Hill Project: Weekly Update

More work in the dining room this week and we are taping and floating the walls and working on the ceiling as well.

I have also been working on the ceiling stencil layout, plotting the measurement onto a cad cam program in order to get the ceiling layout pre planned. I will be following up perhaps later this week with some more information about that but I am working on several client projects at the moment so blog time is limited. Stay tuned for more.

I shot this from the roof across the street Saturday and you can see we have a lawn and erosion on out lot has been effectively stopped.

Also,as promised, I took a photo of the house on Fairmount that someone has started restore on. They have removed the 1890's era porch in anticipation of restore to the 1870-75 "as built" facade. You can see the original unpainted brick exposed. You may recall this house was featured on our Preservation Bargains series a while back. I haven't yet met the owners of that house but welcome to the neighborhood!

1 comment:

Karen Anne said...

Is the green painted brick? Will they be able to remove paint from brick without damaging the brick?