Day two and number one son has worked really well today. He’s exhausted after working away as a shop fitter for weeks on end, chasing a few quid where he can get it. It’s a total privilege to have him home doing the work for us. Originally, we organised a local tradesman to do this and when our son found out, he insisted on coming home on his week off to do this for us. It’s wonderful when they get old enough to understand pay back.
Today, he re-routed the plumbing, cut holes in walls to take the drainage, installed new plumbing, moved an electrical supply (one of his many talents and qualifications, along with general plumbing) fitted the sink and plumbed in the dishwasher. Not bad for a guy who’s having a few days off after over a month working away on a variety of building sites. Tomorrow, he will fit the utility room before he goes onto the finishing touches of tiling and painting. He’s a wonderful gift. xxxx
|The sink was massively reduced as it’s a ‘order only’ item that a customer didn’t pay for and the building supplier had ‘in the warehouse’ and needed to be ‘got rid of’. the taps, were a different story and took me a day to earn!|