327 N. McNeil Rehab Update #4
We cannot display this galleryThings are starting to take shape out our American Four Square renovation project in the Evergreen Historic District of Memphis. On the interior, the floors and walls are now closed up so the full effect of our layout changes is now evident. We’ve laid new plywood subflooring and concrete backer board in the kitchen, laundry and bathrooms. I’ve picked out the tile and bathroom vanities so it won’t be long before those are installed. With the shower system and tile I’ve picked out for the master bathroom, I gaurantee it will take your breath away the first time you see it. All the sheetrock work is done. We have some plaster repairs and trim work to do before we can start the interior painting. Prior to the sheetrock going up, we insulated the walls in the bathrooms and laundry that had been gutted. We used a flash coat of closed cell spray foam and went over that with batts. We also insulated the attic to an R-30 value with new blown-in.
On the exterior, we removed the existing walkway in the rear and re-poured a new one. I really like the result. After testing multiple colors for exterior paint, we decided to stick with Sherwin Williams Messenger Bag as the main trim color but changed our mind on the minor trim color. Instead of Tansy Green, we are going with Sherwin Williams Garden Sage. These colors are a close match to the colors Four Square style homes were painted when they were originally built, plus it goes well with the light khaki colored vinyl siding the previous homeowner installed. The exterior is partially painted at the moment. We have to remove all the storm windows before we can paint the original wood windows.
We would like to wrap this renovation up in four weeks time so we need to pick up the pace just a bit. After we finish the exterior, all we will need to do on the outside is the landscaping. The inside is where most of the work is so we are looking forward to another productive week.
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