August 7 Survey:

August 7 Survey:

This is either a lie: or???  He didn’t read or understand contract?  is it unclear?  i need help

 

I still need a step-ladder to clean the ceilings above and make the room livable.. all rooms. this space will be use-able once the ceiling and walls above are water polished, and screens are installed. in the meantime, it’s just a staging area. after a lot of cleaning: the dining room, which is the only isolated room on the first floor is working for a bedroom. the canopy helps control the dust. screen is needed for the window. the office/study in the front is going to be the staging area for all trim parts, and existing bits not needed for the current projects. it needs to be sealed off with plastic or cleaned completely. money/time is not available for interior work beyond what is required to make it livable for current project. the pink room: still needs to be cleaned above, needing step ladder for that. once it is cleaned: the areas of deterioration can be cataloged, removed if they are falling, and then encapsulated back to solid material for later repair/restoration. Currently using as main work room and office space. not suitable for sleeping or long term use due to dust exposure. Procured finish broom and mop, for all first floor spaces, once the spaces are water polished, and encapsulated. staging area for craft/workbench sewing once space is clean and fabrics can be deployed without picking up more dust. the main drawing board/ bench and my little perch by the front window are working well as temporary office/ working space. we get good circulation in here with the three windows open, but i still have to clear dust from my lungs every 5 hours or so… entryway, now clean on the surface so stuff isn’t being tracked in… needs encapsulation of paint/plaster surfaces to pass livability standard. stairwell to second floor: showing ambient level of dust even after two sweeps… upper floors need to be encapsulated and cleaned/remediated on their own as a separate zone. work on the stud wall, and framing repairs stopped yesterday because we had not procured nails or screws yet. I used the stock on hand first including my own on hand. the trip yesterday stocked us up with what we need for the corner repair, stud wall, and porch platform repairs. plaster is being shipped for the corner, once the outside repairs are complete: a sample of plaster brown coat repair will be conducted and submitted for a model for future repairs on the interior conducted by their own work.


 

I still need a step-ladder to clean the ceilings above and make the room livable.. all rooms.
this space will be use-able once the ceiling and walls above are water polished, and screens are installed. in the meantime, it’s just a staging area.
after a lot of cleaning: this room which is the only isolated room on the first floor is working for a bedroom. the canopy helps control the dust. screen is needed for the window.
the office/study in the front is going to be the staging area for all trim parts, and existing bits not needed for the current projects. it needs to be sealed off with plastic or cleaned completely. money/time is not available for interior work beyond what is required to make it livable for current project.
the pink room: still needs to be cleaned above, needing step ladder for that. once it is cleaned: the areas of deterioration can be cataloged, removed if they are falling, and then encapsulated back to solid material for later repair/restoration. Currently using as main work room and office space. not suitable for sleeping or long term use due to dust exposure.
finish broom and mop, for all first floor spaces, once the spaces are water polished, and encapsulated. staging area for craft/workbench sewing once space is clean and fabrics can be deployed without picking up more dust.
the main drawing board/ bench and my little perch by the front window. we get good circulation in here with the three windows open, but i still have to clear dust from my lungs every 5 hours or so…
entryway, now clean on the surface so stuff isn’t being tracked in… needs encapsulation of paint/plaster surfaces to pass livability standard.
stairwell to second floor: showing ambient level of dust even after two sweeps… upper floors need to be encapsulated and cleaned/remediated on their own as a separate zone.
word on the stud wall, and framing repairs stopped yesterday because we had not procured nails or screws yet. I used the stock on hand first including my own on hand. the trip yesterday stocked us up with what we need for the corner repair, stud wall, and porch platform repairs.
plaster is being shipped for the corner, once the outside repairs are complete: a sample of plaster brown coat repair will be conducted and submitted for a model for future repairs on the interior conducted by their own work.

 

there was nowhere to wash, or dry dishes. I’ve done the work to clean the area, set up the table to get a sterile surface, procured a cheap tupperware for a sink, the bowl doubles as my wash /catch bowl upstairs in the sink, which was not draining. also had to procure the sterile bucket and rack.. dish soap, rags, sponges, and all things to make the space an actual living space with facilities to sleep, prepare meals, wash, work, etc.
the cold water runs on this sink, but the drain is disconnected because it was not draining.. awaiting stepladder to clean/encapsulate above before this area is cleaned down to the chair rail, then the plumbing work will commence.

 

The bathroom above needs to be cleaned, remediated, and encapsulated to be useable.
the bath drain is going very slow, even after a round of drain-o. I’ll be fixing it from the clean-out in the basement room underneath once the topside cleaning is complete… then we will have a good working drain in the tub, easier to do dishes in the tub once the drain is working… and the room will be cleaner than the temp-setup in the basement which can’t really be sterilized until the masonry work is done (lime washing walls, and tuck pointing.)



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