|I'm lucky to be building this on property that is not itself off the grid. The equipment in the truck requires a 100amp breaker- something my house will definitely not have.|
|This picture actually captures the mint chocolate chip color better than the others.|
The guys were able to come out about 2 weeks after I called, a time gap that was actually a blessing. It gave me time to double check everything- since once the insulation is in there's no changing anything without a big headache. I actually ended up rewiring a few things and make a few other minor changes I would have missed otherwise.
|I was a little concerned about the siding nails that did not make it into a stud, since the ply is only 3/8 as well as the fact that the house will be moving, and so I ended up using speed nuts to reinforce the nails in question.|
|Because the insulation will push out any wires, conduit, etc. I used these brackets, but didn't sink them all the way in (would have poked through the outside) and still keeps the mc cable in the center area of the wall.|
|For the ceiling light mc cables I used some brackets to make sure they exited the ceiling exactly where I wanted them, and didn't shift during the spraying.|