New home progress in a week

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Well I thought it would be nice to see what has happened since last Saturday. In future posts will look at more individual parts but for the end of the week I thought a picture overview was in order.

Last Saturday we started with insulation and radiant tubing along with rebar. Berry project 018

Saturday we had a unexpected surprise as the concrete floor was poured. Berry project 001

Then Monday we put on the sill plates Berry project 009

and built the short foundation walls that will be above grade. Berry project 014

Tuesday we finished the LVL beams that will hold up the house in the middle of the basement. Berry project 006

Wednesday we started and finished the cap of the foundation. Berry project 012

The finished subfloor of the 1st floor. Berry project 005

Thursday we started putting up the Structural Insulated Panels (SIP’S) that will be the walls Berry project 016

And by Thurs evening we had the walls to the house up! Berry project 028

Another view with septic almost finished too. Berry project 030

Oh we also had the power company install the electric service and 90% of the septic system has been installed and some great progress for four days so far this week.

Can anyone tell me why there aren’t any holes for windows and doors?

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About Todd Vendituoli

Todd Vendituoli has been a builder for almost 30 years with companies in Vermont and the Bahamas and HomeCentrl is an extension of those years of building experience highlighting everything about your home. I am presently working within the field of social media and using my years of construction and design knowledge to help others understand and use social media to enhance their businesses in a multitude of different ways. You can connect with me on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and a variety of other social networks.
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3 Responses to New home progress in a week

  1. Shane Conant says:

    Hi Todd ,
    Was wondering if you went with 2×8 for the pony wall?

  2. We did Shane and the cement will also get 2″ of rigid foam and a 2×4 insulated finished wall.

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