FINALLY looks they are going to really get started. The last post was 06-Sep – since then there were a couple of inspection issues. The first part of last week we were told (via email) all inspections had been passed and drywall should go up by last Saturday (12-Sep) – never happened. Well, Tuesday this week I emailed appropriate people and asked what is going on, Truland has their weekly status meeting on Wednesday morning. Wednesday afternoon they called and said they had JUST passed the inspections and been signed off so they could get started. Not sure what was going on – last week the inspection was done and now it was yesterday it was done????? They said they would get going Thursday (today) – indeed they did!
Most if not ALL of the drywall went up today! The tape and fill in/cover nail holes etc. will be done next day or two. Must admit I am amazed how fast they can do the work once they get on it! The brick on the left, right and about half of the back are in place. They did start the bricking Wednesday. So this is what these pictures are for some drywall and some bricking.
The brickwork looks good. Certainly, with the drywall in place, you can now see the rooms and the actual layout. BTW – green board drywall is also known as moisture resistant drywall. It has a green covering that makes it more resistant to moisture than regular drywall. It is not waterproof, it is also used as tile backer in limited wet areas, e.g., bathroom, plus kitchens, and laundry and utility rooms (Reference).