Wow, it’s crazy how much we can get done on the house now without the roof demanding so much attention. We’re currently between big projects, having just finished the roof and waiting for our windows to arrive. Which gave Ben some time to tackle a few, slightly smaller projects, including installing the Sky Tube in the bathroom.
After some debating from everyone (you included!) we landed on centering it over the tub width wise, and centered over the shower curtain depth wise. Ben started by tracing and cutting most of the outline of the light. Before cutting it completely through, dumping a pile of insulation on our heads, be climbed up in the attic and moved the offending insulation. From there, Sam cut the rest of the sheet rock left, and installed the bottom glass part of the light, screwing it into the joists above.
Ben attached the flexible duct work to the cover he had already installed while roofing and we were ready to rock. And on an overcast, rainy day, this bathroom saw its first shred of natural light in existence.
Monumental, right? Haha.
When the clouds parted and the sun popped out, our bathroom lit up, too.
Of course I had to hop in the shower to see what it was like with the curtain closed. Look at all that light, without any electricity.
Ben was right, I’m glad we decided to center it over the tub.
Not only does the sky tube give great light to the tub area, but the rest of the bathroom as well. The vanity area is light and bright.
Trust me when I say the change is dramatic. Actually, why don’t you take a look at the before and after:
Light, bright, airy, and not at all yellow toned. Ahh, I see the light.
How was your weekend? Did you spend some time crossing things off the honey do list? Or relax knowing fall is around the corner?