After six months in our new home we got a chance to reflect on how the reality has matched up to our expectations.
After 2.5 years, we finally passed our final inspections and received our certificate of occupancy just in time for the holidays.
Our last push towards finally getting our certificate of occupancy.
After months of waiting, we finally got our sewer and water lines connected. Of course, things did not go absolutely smoothly from then on.
Making more progress on the interior with stairs and butcher block countertops while we wait for our sewer and water connections to happen.
Some Ikea hacks for walk-in closets and built-in bookshelves, and our process of moving but not moving in.
Moving along with interior finishes, including engineered hardwood floors, carpet, doors, and window trim.
Our timeline suffers when we can’t find a contractor to make our sewer and water connections, which are kind of a big deal.
Hitting some delays and snags with last-minute tasks as we approach the move-in date in our modern mountain home.
Getting paint on the walls, choosing counters, and working with our local fire department to cut down on our wildfire risk.