After the Fire: July 3 Progress Photos

After the Fire: July 3 Progress Photos

Here's what is different, as of today.
The furnace is all buttoned up. 

I can't wait until it's tested out on Friday. Sniff.... I wish it were more energy efficient.


The new water line going to the new fridge. Ah, yes.... I need to order the water dispenser for the fridge.


Now..... the temporary counter that is holding up that beautiful black enamel coated cast iron sink Habitat for Humanity's Burlington County ReStore on June 20.


All the cabinets have the Liberty Oil Rubbed Bronze 3 in Half Round Foot Pulls from Home Depot that I bought earlier this week.


I did a little research on that sink, faucet and soap dispenser that I bought for $40. That sink originally was sold retail MoenStone Granite single bowl sink Black for $645+. The faucet Moen CA87316BL Renzo One Handle Low Arc Pullout Kitchen Faucet Matte Black originally sold retail for $245+. The soap dispenser Moen 3942SL Soap Lotion Dispenser Stainless Steel originally sold for $100+.  I'm so proud of my bargain hunting!!!!


As soon as the permanent counter comes in, the Mammoth Restoration crew will install it. Above is the bargain $32.50 dishwasher Habitat for Humanity's Pennsauken ReStore. Below is the microwave and stove, also from the same ReStore.


The kitchen is really starting to come together! Yay!!!!! It all looks like it belongs together. Soon, it will be better than before....


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