Thursday, June 26, 2014

Update the breakers and A/C time

Heading down hill now. I added breakers to the  Studio, now all controls are here instead of on the house.

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There are two major designs of power panes. When this was a storage building I stuck in the easiest one the ‘Surface mount’ as you see above.

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But today I took the time and extra expense to purchase and install the recessed panels. that you see above. since this is a main wall in the living area we will hang a picture over them.

Now it is time to think Air conditioning.. Today when we bought the panels we also picked up a 7 or 8K A/C unit. I prefer to put the unit in a wall rather than use a window. so the first thing is to take a razor knife and cut an exploratory hole, i.e.

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Here you see what I found, the insulation and a stud. I will cut the stud. Now it is gone.Here I am on the ladder outside looking in.

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I was to this point when Sherry came home from church.

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She caught Mark and Luke, They had just taken a couple things back to Lowes I did not need, it was plywood and long PVC pipe and Mark had his truck empty. Our little Fit will not do it.Winking smile

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All I wanted to do tonight was stick the A/C in the hole until tomorrow. Sherry helped me lift it in place.

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We are hoping from this position it will cool the bathroom also…AC instal 008

So we are coming close. Sherry says it seems when she gets the place straight, here I come and spread more saw dust and drywall dust.

BUT, that will all soon be over.

Nite shipslog

PS:

Today was another good day.

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7 comments:

TARYTERRE said...

Seems like there is no end to it, doesn't it?

I'm mostly known as 'MA' said...

Sherry is doing a fine job of cleaning up after you there. I can imagine you are glad it is almost done now.

betty said...

Seems like a great spot for the air conditioner; neat to see too how you installed it Jack; I've only seen people do it through their windows, but I do like it in the wall as you did.

betty

Chatty Crone said...

Man you are such a such a terrific handy man - you do electric too?

bonney knox said...

It must be exciting for everyone to have the project almost completed.
I like the AC wall unit.

Paula said...

Good idea to install the A/C in the wall instead of taking up a window. You can still open the window when the weather is right and you don't need the A/C. You've made good time with this job, don't you think?

Ambrose said...

It looks like you've had your hands full with breakers. I like the design that you have along the wall as it looks like the system can be hidden a little easier than having the breaker box standing out from the wall even a few inches. Thanks for the ideas!

Ambrose @ Brown & Reaves Services, Inc.