Tag Archives: electrics

Burning the Midnight Oil

Ben is still outside working away with the electrician friend on the list of electrical jobs.  The thing with electrics is that you can’t really see them, so they don’t make for good pictures. These sockets have been fitted: (Poor … Continue reading

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Hidden Progress

So I’m reminding myself that the work that’s been done today is progress, but it looks like all we’ve done is get back to where we started.  But the roof that is back on is now insulated – so even … Continue reading

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Electrics finished

29th Jun-1st July All through the project our lovely friend Ben Robinson has been highly optimistic about the short amount of time it’ll take to finish the job. ‘Oh we’ll be finished by lunchtime…by this evening…by the end of the … Continue reading

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Wardrobe doors

10th JUNE Ben bought these doors on eBay for a bargain price – £2 for 4 doors! With the help of equipment from school (to cut them down), the trusty Volvo (transportation) and Richard (building, carpenter extraordinaire) we have a … Continue reading

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A day of electrics

Also at the end of May, Ben Robinson called in – just for the Sunday – to do some more electrical work. We started the day in style with a Gemini Carnival Club cooked breakfast. It obviously did the trick, … Continue reading

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Looking like a show home

Ben Robinson has been to stay a couple of times this year to work on the second-fix electrics. The last time was the weekend just gone. All circuits are working and all lights that aren’t dependent on more paint work … Continue reading

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Electric hook-up

Second stage of the electrics was delayed because they discovered they needed a ‘third man’. Because the lights were needed by the fire station, they needed an extra person to man the lights in case of an emergency…except that it … Continue reading

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