What is this all about?

Lower Tancredston Farmhouse is the main 'residence' for the Wade family in Tancredston, Hayscastle, Pembrokeshire. It has been empty for over 2 years and finally a builder has been selected (Mark Roberts) for the entire renovation project. This blog is the story (with photos) of the renovation.

Monday, 24 June 2013

Wooden floor, towel rails and lots of painting

The men worked throughout the weekend, still trying to keep to their deadline of finishing most of the work by the end of this week.

The kitchen is now the area that needs the most work - made more difficult by so many deliveries arriving, but we are still waiting for one replacement unit (I can only imagine the builder's response when he finds out today!).

A search for additional black quarry tiles to finish off the hall floor brought a trip to a reclamation yard in Carmarthen, as well as me searching on the internet throughout Europe!  Some have been found, so that can be finished now.

The heating is working - and it won't be long before all the plumbing is completed.


 
Just the handles for the vanity unit to be added
in the main bathroom.
 

 
Pantry doors - the light goes on inside when you open them!
(Little things like that keep me happy!)
 

 
The kitchen - and office/store room
(even more arrived yesterday).
 

 
The living room floor - the same is going
down in the dining room.
 

 
The laundry room - first coat of paint
on the airing cupboard doors.
 

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