Two spacklers, Victor and Luis, arrived on Thursday to begin spackling.
Victor worked on stilts in the kitchen and dining room and Luis worked from the scaffolding in the vaulted living room. They both also worked upstairs in the new master bedroom wing.
They used a pump for large areas in the living room and Victor used a spackle knife in the kitchen and dining room.
Luis wore stilts upstairs too.
They worked fast and did a great job.
I blinked and the rooms had a new coat of spackle; they work in a speedy fashion.
Yesterday, a crew of four spacklers arrived and worked all day. The owner, Jamie, stopped by for a couple of hours to look over their work. If anyone needs drywall installation/spacklers in the Philadelphia region, call Jaime at (484) 213-7093–we highly recommend them.
John took this photo looking into the new master bedroom wing from the windowsill in the vaulted ceiling. We’ll install a railing on the small balcony soon.
Taken from the scaffolding…
This would have been way too much work for John to do and it would have taken forever for him to do it by himself.
The spacklers are like worker bees. They do the job fast, effectively, and it’s done.
Taken from the very top of the scaffolding. It makes me dizzy just looking at this photo…
The dining room looking through to the kitchen.
When the spacklers begin to sand, they’ll use a machine that creates less dust.
Stayed tuned for more photos from the spackling work on Saturday!