Panel and paint

The bushfire is under control, the smoke is gone, the roads have reopened, we’re still here and we have more good progress to report.

Mozi, the painter arrived this week. He had to paint the eaves, barge boards and trim on the top house, before the scaffold comes down.  This was a job that was planned to take two days to complete. Mozi completed it in one. What’s more, he did a terrific job. Mozi, you have just guaranteed yourself a lot more work. That is, painting the rest of the house, inside and out, when it is ready. Thanks to Steve, for finding him.

The carpenters also returned this week, after being forced to flee with us as the bushfires approached, the week before.  They also tackled their work with gusto and we can now see large areas that have been clad with the Hardie Primeline planks.

Mick, doing the last of the flashing.

Mick, doing the last of the flashing.

The start of the panels

The start of the panels

The ever changing rear view

The ever changing rear view

Mozi's painting and a fully clad wall.

Mozi’s painting and a fully clad wall.

It'll look good when that *^%#* scaffold disappears

It’ll look good when that *^%#* scaffold disappears

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