Here is the Porch.
This is the back of the mudroom closet looking towards the kitchen.
This is the wall the Fridge will go on. You can see what the wind has done to the insulation.
My husband being helpful, putting the arch up.
Living room wall. Need to be careful not to puncture those water lines!
Living Room wall looking into husbands office. The TV will be on this wall. Again; water lines.
Master Bedroom. The bed will go between the windows.
Master Bath sinks.
Master bathroom looking into master closet. Extra outlet put in for my towel warmer that will go outside the shower. So excited!
This will be my oldest son's room. It shares the wall with the boys bathroom, you can look through to the master, but not for long!
This will be my younger son's room. It shares a wall with the laundry room. You can look through to my studio, again, not for long!
Here is the panel and water heater in the basement.
The PM had already fixed the closet issues. He had originally planned on using the door from the laundry closet in the guest linen closet but it didn't size right, so he ordered a new door for that. I think he said it was 18 or 20" so it will be a small door. I don't mind the size, I just want to be able to have a place to store guest towels, a first aid kit and extra toilet paper. It should do the job! The nice thing is, he will leave us the extra door. With any luck it will work for the future basement bathroom. Speaking of the basement bathroom. Really, the only thing that we found on the walk through involved the bathroom. There is an outlet at the bottom of the stairs going into the basement. It is also on the wall that the door to the future bathroom will go. They hung the outlet on the side of the stud where the door will go according to the plans. Its an easy fix before the drywall goes out. They simply have to remove the staples that hold the wires and stuff in place and move it to the other side of the stud. They had also continued the 2x4 along the floor where there will be a door going into another section of the basement. Basically, I don't think the door would fit with a 2x4 on the ground and it would be a serious tripping hazard for my clumsy self. They were aware of that and it was on their punch list.
Today the city inspector will be in for the inspection. The energy star inspector will also be in today. They make sure that the house can qualify for the energy star rating. If the house passes both of these inspections, drywall will start tomorrow. Once drywall starts to go up, the PM will prepare a letter that goes to the mortgage company advising our completion date. With that, we should know our closing date by the middle of the week! We've only had a couple of showings on our current house, so we hope that once the weather starts to stay consistently nice that will start to move along a bit better.
We are really pleased with the way things have gone with Ryan homes so far. We are getting really excited for the house to be complete and move in!