Insulation Beginning

Within each cavity we used several of the fire-rated Dow Froth Pak 650 kits… or, at least, we’re starting to. The first section we tackled was the kitchen area. Each stud pay is slightly over-filled. Once we are finished applying the foam, we will be shaving it down to ensure we have a full 3.…

Flashing

Using a combination of Zip Tape and Liquid Flash (lots of it), we sealed the entire structure and flashed the window openings. The beauty of the Zip system is we now have a proper air and water barrier. Although there is debate in both directions, we even plan on going over each of the nail…

Can Lights Installed

Running a 12” wide length of 1/2” ply down the center provides the perfect mounting area for the can lights as well as the natural transition from the ceiling pitch. The extra holes in the picture were cut in so we would have flexibility on the light placement while not having to worry about…

Bathroom Framed

Bathroom framing was necessary to be able to drop in the outlet and switch boxes for the electrical. Since space is limited, I decided to not build on top of the raised floor, as one would normally do. Instead, we went straight down the subfloor and braced the wall up about 14.75”. This created a…

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