That's real progress. Sensible to wait for proper flue fittings - wriggly tin is a pain to flash. Will you tile behind the woodburner?I can't believe it's two weeks since I updated on my progress!
Anyway, I'm down to those little jobs that seem to take forever. The inside has been completely panelled and painted, the floor has been laid and has now had two coats of antique oil/wax.
There's still a skirting and some finishing beading to put on. Plus, the window handles and locks haven't arrived yet; for some reason Ludlow Foundries stopped making the ones I originally wanted - the windows are held shut with some temporary bolts. I was thinking of painting the cross-beam and ridge but I've decided to stain them instead. Then, hopefully later this week, the log burner is going in (I'm still waiting for the corrugated roof cowl).
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