Okay, we didn’t exactly bust down double doors. It was more like a sliding glass door and we didn’t really bust anything at all. You may remember my big plans for the crab shack. Well step one of about a zillion is complete. Check out this glorious gaping hole in my bedroom!!
I haven’t seen anything so spectacular in a long, long time. The random sliding glass doors that separated my room from the add on (lovingly called the crab shack in these here parts) are out and ready to go to Habitat for Humanity. Good riddens! If you are at all sad, don’t worry, there are three more sliding glass doors in the crab shack itself.
Honestly, this project intimidated me. I know, I know, everyone calls me hardware, but something about the large glass-ish doors in my pretty room scared me. So I called in the big guns. My bro Cody. He’s a contractor and he builds homes so pretty they make you cry. If you need a contractor in Southern Utah, he owns Rising Star Construction and you will thank your lucky stars if you get to work with him.
I fully planned on learning the ropes in this project, but ended up doing super amazing tasks like cutting the caulk and finding a step stool. Cody did all the work with his skilsaw and sawzall. And my step stool.
With the doors down the next task is ordering new ones for the barn doors. Wahoo! The hardware has just arrived and it’s aaaaaaamazing… more on that soon. I also need to figure out how to case the door, find flooring, decide on paint…. I love these kinds of projects. (I’m completely serious!)