|My stepdad making quick work of the demolition|
Problems 1 and 2
|The entire area under and behind the sink is rotted. There is also mold on the wall.|
|When they pulled the panelling down half the plaster came with it|
|Water damage around the window far left corner (sill plate) and no insulation.|
- Finish tearing out the plaster and lathe on the North wall
- Cut out the wall boards in the sink area to remove mold. It appears to be contained in a few spots.
- Bleach and Odo-Ban the walls, allow to dry.
- Possibly Kilz the walls.
- Cut out a 2 foot by 8 foot floor section (sink area)
- Sister the joist beams and shim where the floor slopes
- Determine if sill plate needs repaired
- Install a floor jack on North-East corner--where the the sill plate is water damaged
- Move the stove outlet from floor to the wall and update to a new receptacle
- Lay a new subfloor
- Add 1-2 new receptacle(s) to the east wall (window wall)
- Replace, update and attach the outlet to a stud (as shown in above photo)
- Move, update and wire in a wall switch for the ceiling fixture
- Replace the window
- Patch/ repair the remaining 2 walls. Possibly skim coat.
- Attach furring strips to the exterior walls (North and East) to bump out the depth
- Insulate and seal. minimize any possible cracks, leaks or vermin/bug/ draft entry points
- Drywall, mud, tape, prime and paint