Nothing quite like a fresh blank canvas. Let's wreck it!
The stock plywood panels were removed and R5 insulation board was cut up and foil taped into the skeleton of the trailer. Omitted was the area where future concession window will pop out. Yay progress!
The fridges are nearly in their new homes, the lower cabinets are getting framed in, and the plumbing is coming to a middle!
1/8" paneling is lightweight and more appealing to a paint roller. Ceiling is yew wood panels with those cedar batts from the original trailer insides, stained grey! I included the original 12 volt lights inside the new 110 volt fixtures so I should have lots of light options!
Things are going well as we head into the last few projects! The subs (plumbing, propane, elecrical, etc...) are wrapping up and getting out of the way. It's getting terrifyingly close to concession window cutout time. I hope we're doing this right!
Getting closer! Getting colorful-er! After a few failed attempts at cutting out the window with small, precise tools, succeeded with larger, less elegant ones.
All the bits have come together! It was a journey no doubt, but almost all of the big things are done. Only endless punch lists remain. :)
Painted some more walls and built some quick deployable storage crates for out and about items. This is where we see how it all works in the field and make adjustments accordingly!