For months now it's been so difficult watching the work I did last fall and my pile of materials sit, wait, and rot. I was beginning to wonder if the T.O. was ever going to happen. Between work, church, and life in general it turns out I just didn't have the time to work on a project of this scale. I knew if I couldn't get it done this spring/summer, then it wasn't going to happen. I would sell the trailer and try again another day. Then one day while working on our work schedule, Bonnie picked a week and declared it the T.O. week. This is that week! The Tiny Office has been rebooted.
After finishing up some other projects for work Monday morning, I made it to a few reuse stores to look for more materials, The Loading Dock and Second Chance, Inc. My hope was to find 2x4 studs so I wouldn't have to take all the time to rip down the 2x10s I currently have. No luck. I did however get a great deal on a ton of used insulation.
I finally finished my work for the day and arrived home just in time for dinner. Then with no time to waste, I went out started working. Unfortunately, the first step was to demo all the work I did before. After getting wet all winter, everything was rotted and falling apart. At least I was working on it though.
Tuesday's task was to complete the demo and start rebuilding. I managed to get everything torn apart and cleaned and a new subfloor installed. Now I was back to where I started, but not rotted, and ready to continue.
Wednesday I finally got to start framing! It felt so good to finally start building the actual structure, and now it was really starting to take shape.
The goal was to get the main framing done, but then the rain came. I didn't mind though. I now knew that this was going to happen. Nothing will stop me from finishing this Tiny Office!
You can follow my progress as I post photos on Instagram as ChestnutPinesContracting.