Hey, hey! Welcome back! Happy Monday! How are you all doing today? Did you have a good weekend? Mine was good. After getting some work done Saturday morning, I got the insulation and the skirting installed as per my “to-do” list. There is still a little bit that I want to try and fix as I can’t quite get the skirting to lay flat against the backside where the sewer and water line come out of the house.
Hello and TGIF! Woohoo! Any fun plans this weekend? I’ve got a list of “to-do” items in store for this weekend. The weather forecast calls for clear skies for the next few days so I’m hoping some of the mud puddles around my house will dry up. If they do the first thing I need to do is get the insulation back up behind the skirting on my house. I quickly threw on the skirting after the move because of the rain but now need to fix it and put down some “anchors” aka, bricks, on the backside to keep it from blowing in the wind.
Happy Monday! How was your weekend? I hope it was good and relaxing as mine was quite busy as you can imagine. The move happened seamlessly and I’m settled into my new spot. =)
It started Friday afternoon/evening. Luckily I got out of a meeting early and got home around 3:30 to start the packing process. I wanted to get the exterior done that night so I could then just do the small interior things Saturday morning.
Happy Monday to you all! Hope you had a great weekend. Do anything fun? Me, I had to work on the skirting of my house because I spoke pre-maturely when I said Fall had arrived last week. I think the day after I said that it was back up in the 90’s. Blah! =( Your probably thinking, what does that have to do with the skirting on your house? Well, since it’s so hot and the skirting is Velco’d to the frame it fell off – or maybe I should say it melted off. That would be more appropriate. I thought something like this might happen during the summer because this side of the house (drivers side) gets the late afternoon sun. I noticed it was starting to come off and propped it up with some dial rods but apparently that wasn’t going to cut it anymore.