Studio construction continues--we had the 4-way inspection yesterday, which is the "big one" where the city inspects the framing, plumbing, electrical and ductwork--if you pass this you're sitting pretty until the final or so I hear. I've also heard some horror stories about inspectors and their "God complex" so I was very nervous about what the inspector was going to say yesterday morning. But it passed! And not only passed but with flying colors, everything except the ductwork (which we don't have in yet). We had the 4-way without the ductwork so we could get brick on the front and we couldn't put any exterior on without a shear panel inspection and the said shear panel just happens to only be included in the 4-way or an added expense if not. Hence, no ductwork but the inspector was cool about it. He was very nice and only found a couple of things we need to fix. I think some things weren't as critical to inspect since this is technically a "garage." Like the fact that I don't need a smoke detector because it's just a garage--I think I'll be putting one in anyway.
Here's some recent photos:
And this is where the desk will be.
Canned lights under the loft. The square on the right is the door for the drop down stair.
And looking from outside.
And looking in.
Inside the 1/2 bath, all plumbing has been ran for the sink and toilet.
The electrical panel. (Leave lots of comment telling Jared how nice the panel looks that he made up.)
This is a stitch I put together showing the ceiling cans.
I tried to make this panorama show the entire north side. I guess I forgot to take some photos for the bottom left and right, but you get the idea, right?