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Our sunroom deadline has come and gone (clearly we have increasingly poor time management skills), but I still wanted to check in to share our progress. After all, it’s not every day you see a transformation from bare studs to framing, windows, doors and siding – in just under a month! Indeed, a lot has changed since our last video tour!

And with that, we’re off to prepare for some insulation magic! We’ll check in with another video update next month – complete with finished drywall and insulation. In other words, it will almost look liveable! My estimate? We’ll be completely finished by February. But you all know exactly how my estimates work….


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  2. erin loechner says:

    Thanks, Mary — neither can we! :)

  3. Caitlin says:

    It's not even my house and I'm excited! P.S. Your outfit is so cute.

  4. @miguelina says:

    OMG. Erin, this is amazing, and you look beautiful.

  5. erin loechner says:

    Thank you, kind gals!!! :) You sure know how to boost a chilly girl's confidence. :)

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  7. Kirsten says:

    Your reno is alot like the one we want to do. Curious what you will do with cement floor? Frame a sub-floor and carpet or ??? We are thinking about a small pellet stove, we already have one in the basement. Please update your pictures.

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