The builders have gone and we still have a lot of work to do. But we need to say thank you to everyone who has helped us get this far and invite your continued to support.
In two weeks, the team have completed some of the hardest jobs – only two weeks left to go.
We can really see how the Roundhouse will look with glazed windows and the decking. It will be warm too with all that British Sheep’s Wool Insulation.
‘doesn’t time fly when you’re laying decking’
The weather seems to have turned with wind, rain, cold and sunshine this week, but we carried on working outside or in as the weather changed.
Monday seemed to be delivery day, we saw the arrival of the decking boards, Cedar shingles, the Velux roof lights and more lime and clay plaster. Plenty to do then, although the weather had its contribution to make to the shingle laying.
Busy, busy, busy, this week with lots of progress on the build although, due to some deliveries not arriving on time, jobs have got moved around somewhat! This week also saw the back of the blue tarpaulin sheets which seem to have been a fixture for ever.
Week thirteen, the roundhouse roof is closer to being waterproof and is ready for the sedum veranda roof. And the first fix electricals are finished, so we can really crack on with the internal plastering.
Whistlewood Common, the Roundhouse build continues with the first fix electricals
With a space for our beautiful bespoke tiles, the floor is laid. And the roof progresses.