The ceilings came down yesterday in the living room and the two bedrooms. Today the plan is to drop the kitchen and bathroom ceiling.
Lessons learned yesterday have them ready to knock it down.
They lay down long sheets of plastic to capture the ceiling fluff insulation so they can scoop it up in larger sections to dispose of.
It’s all going well.
My husband yells, “Snake!”
As a three-foot black snake torpedos out of the ceiling. The part hanging down from the ceiling is where the snake exited.
The snake coiled up in near the white pipe, my dad through a wrench at it and it retreated under the house.
My husband does not like snakes and was pretty much done with the ceiling project when he sees the snake has tunnels through the Roxum insulation all through the ceiling.
There is a break while the search for the snake under the house, but find nothing.
They move on to the bathroom.
Then begin clean up.
In Twelve days, my husband and dad have done the demolition in the:
- front bedroom
- back bedroom
- Living Room, Hallway
- Kitchen Floors
- Hauled all worldly possessions to the conex box
- Laundry Room
- Great Room
- Removed the flooring in the Great Room
- Removed the ceilings from the living room
- Removed the ceiling from the back bedroom
- Removed the ceiling from the front bedroom
- Removed the ceiling from the kitchen
- Removed the ceiling from the bathroom
We still have the ceiling in the great room and laundry room to drop.
Be sure and check out the beginning, where you can see the house as it was bought.