Slow going…

Taking down the lath and plaster is going to take a while. If the ceilings weren’t so high it might be easier. With 12 foot ceilings you have to use a ladder or scaffolding. Scaffolding is much safer. Every time we complete a section we are forced to clean up everything so we can move the scaffolding to the next area to be taken down. At least it wasn’t freezing in the house. Wonderful December weather.

6 thoughts on “Slow going…

  1. Rachel Lewis December 12, 2020 / 18:06

    It’s a good thing the scaffolding is on wheels! It would be very slow-going if you had to take it down and put it back up everytime you needed to move to another section.

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    • moorelandhouse December 12, 2020 / 18:25

      Yes! We got the wheels for a reason. =) We didn’t get enough of them though…

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  2. carhartt986 December 13, 2020 / 08:25

    I don’t suppose a Vroom vacuum would help? 😉

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    • moorelandhouse December 13, 2020 / 09:52

      Of course it would! We just don’t feel like running the generator that much. =)

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  3. J. Staft December 13, 2020 / 08:42

    Plus you are working overhead! I’ve found that any ceiling work is tiring. Usually after a day of that type of work, I’m hitting the Ibuprofen.

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    • moorelandhouse December 13, 2020 / 09:53

      Kerry can stand with her head between the floor joists and Frank has to stay on his knees most of the time.

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