Build Diary: Guardian Home Extension – Week Three
Build Diary: Guardian Home ExtensionWeek three in the diary of a Guardian Home Extension build in Dublin.
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We’re three weeks into the build and the progress already is quite amazing. I never thought that by this early stage, we’d have something that feels like it’s nearly there. I don’t want to tempt fate, but I’m actually starting to believe that we really will have a finished extension by the time the baby arrives.
Build week three
- Side window installed.
- Walls boarded externally.
- Electric first fix done.
- Internal walls and ceiling plasterboarded.
Week three commenced with insulation panels being fitted inside the Guardian Home extension. You can see the insulation panel over the window – this was later cut out when the window was fitted.
It’s now we see some bit changed inside the Guardian Home Extension; internal work sees with the remaining former supporting well being removed. The first fix of electrical work is also laid down.
The final day of week three sees the outside of the Guardian Home Extension pulled together. The external walls boarded ready for rendering, and this step allows you to see exactly how much the home has been transformed.
The first three weeks of the our Guardian Home Extension have highlighted just how quickly you can have a watertight build with the internal first fix completed. The outside walls are ready for rendering, while internally we’re ready for plastering.
Externally, other than rendering all that remains is the roof finish. Internally we’re ready for plastering and decor. Join us next week as this Guardian Home Extension approaches completion.