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I didn't get to upload pictures but I cut a bunch of 2x4 blocks and nailed them level at each step and reinstalled the treads. For the most part they are all level now and I do notice a difference in how they feel..in a good way.

I made mention on Facebook that I installed the plywood of the floor in the loft parallel to the joists instead of perpendicular. I was going to take up the floor and turn the plywood 90 degrees but decided a easier way will be to add 2x4 blocking between the joists 16" on center. Hopefully that will make the inspector happy.

Started plumbing rough in. I dropped the ice maker outlet box and broke one of the two mounting ears off.


I'm trying

This social distancing has me working alone till further notice. Everyone's afraid to come over and help now.
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