We moved the laundry upstairs to the main floor. We had a new roof installed. Then Doug the Plmbr and Roger the Cabinet Maker finished the bathroom remodel.
Early onset of winter prevented our final project --- installation of new energy efficient windows. This 1960s home still had its original single-pane glass. No storms. We decided it was time to update to energy-efficient windows and chose these constructed by Gerkin. Gerkin manufactures the windows in the nearby City. So we're "twice-green". New energy-efficient windows...AND we purchased them close to home.
Last fall, with one thing and another, and with arrival of ten inches of snow in early December, our contractor had to put the windows in storage until spring. He had previously assured us he could install even in cold weather but with snow drifts several feet deep all way around the house, it was a no go. Until now!
Well, Folks! The temps today are predicted to be in the 70s with no wind! A perfect day to do this job! Hubby and I have removed all drapes/blinds and the installation crew is here as I type.Brothers Jeff and Paul of Ahlers Home Improvement began with the large window in the living room. Here's the "before".
They're lookin' good, both inside and out!
I'm really excited and can hardly wait to see the final result.