Ceiling fan rough ins for all bedrooms
Lighting rough in for the morning room
Extra outlet above the fireplace, bottom of the staircase, garage, in the vanity in owner's bath, and in the tray ceiling (for rope lighting)
Dedicated circuit in the basement for a future freezer chest or fridge and on the side of the house (same side as electrical panel for a generator)
Flood lamp on the outside of the morning room (so there will be more than just the patio light when we put in a deck)
Extra light fixture on the garage (we get two, but since we have a 3 car it just looked better)
Additional switches in the owners suite and 2nd full bath to control lighting
Under cabinet lighting ( forgot to add this during original post)
We didn't have to add recessed lights in the bathrooms, they come standard, and no dedicated circuit in the kitchen. He said we get one anyway because it's code with the range hood. We talked about adding a surge protector on the electrical box. He gave us a price, but said that could be done later. Lastly we talked about should we do something now in the event that we want a jetted tub in the owner's suite. He said it would be better to do it now by adding a dedicated circuit, but we decided against it.
Below are some of the pics from yesterday and today...
|From yesterday. I didn't know the door was on already. The rest of the pics are from today|
|Oh yeah, morning room|
|So glad we got the 6' tub. Can't wait to soak in this bad boy|
We finally bought my dream vacuum today. I've been obsessed with this company for the past year, but maybe for the past few months I've longed for a canister vacuum. I can't wait to use it in the house.
Finally we locked in our rate today...4.5% baby. Super pumped.