I took it easy this morning - up late, coffee at Dome with Ian, and then on to finishing off the fourth smaller window fill.
This took me up to midday and then I headed out to site.
I took a lot of measurements of the doorway - checking that it was relatively square and working out how much to rebate the vertical architraves.
After this I masked up under its installed horizontal architrave and applied the first coat of Brunswick Green paint.
Following this I painted the front surface of the door way with Heritage Cream (I only applied primer prior to moving and installing the door frame because I knew the surfaces would end up scuffed).
After this I loaded up the large melamine sheets that I discovered in the void area, headed home and offloaded them to one of the verandas.
Monday to Friday
During the week I processed the large sheets of chip board to produce two infills for the large window and an infill for the front door.
I then had Linda patch the screw holes and rub them back over a number of days.
I'm afraid that the panels made from the chip board are becoming heavier and heavier.
I am having to add longitudinal battens to remove a significant amount of bowing from each sheet.
Later in the week, the rain let up, and we were able to move out in to the sunshine and give the 6 window panels two coats of paint