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Construction, September 3rd 2001

Overview Bigger image (57.2 KB) Overview.
Skeleton of the walls is ready. There is a hole in the wall, at left, for the entrance and another hole, at right, for a window... but I'm not gonna tell you why there is a hole for a window. Not yet... =)

Reverse angle Bigger image (47.0 KB) Reverse angle.

Bigger image (35.5 KB) And the same wall, slightly different angle...

Window Bigger image (22.9 KB) Window.

Window Bigger image (72.4 KB) Window. Reverse angle.

Chimney Bigger image (50.3 KB) Chimney has been framed. Notice the sloping angle of the wall.

Ceiling Bigger image (47.5 KB) This is a part of ceiling. Insulation will be 12" thick.

Bigger image (48.9 KB) I have made my decision, insulation material of the floor has to be changed. Old insulation material was a mixture of chop of a wood cutter and dry hay. In fact, it's not so bad, but I wanted to be sure what is beneath of the floor. So, the new insulation will be as high-tech as the old one: New chop of a wood cutter! There is a reason for that: There is a risk that it can get just a little moist due the fact that the lower floor is not heated. It's possible that the moisture can absorb through the concrete slab of the floor. Solution: Because the chop of the wood cutter is wood (really ;-)) it can dry up independently, if ever gets moist. Technique is quite low-tech but works really well. (used centuries in Finland)

Floor Bigger image (43.4 KB) Floor. Reverse angle.

Bigger image (39.3 KB) View from entrance to outside doors.

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