The New Propane Tank - September 1, 2020 @goldenoakfarm

in #construction25 days ago

Propane tank1 crop Sept. 2020.jpg

He started cleaning up the mess from the electrical work. He also moved things away from the walls so the electrical inspector, due on Wednesday morning, can see the work.

A good amount of stuff had accumulated in the addition, particularly in the laundry room area. All that got put away.

The tank truck showed up around 9:30 and he’d taken down the pasture fence so the truck could get close enough to unload the tank.

Propane tank3 crop Sept. 2020.jpg

It is light gray, not the blaring white of other tanks I’ve seen. In summer, the comfrey will block most of it from the driveway. But it is pretty big and I think a fence or tall plants will be put in to screen it from view at some point.

Propane tank4 crop Sept. 2020.jpg

There’s a call in to the excavator to dig the trench to the tank for the gas line. We’re hoping he can get a hole for the hydrant, but with it to rain on Wednesday, and having gotten rain a couple days ago, it’s not looking good…

But my husband got all the parts he thought he’d need to connect the hydrant up, just in case…

Sort:  
Thank you for sharing this amazing post on HIVE!
  • Your content got selected by our fellow curator @deepu7 & you just received a little thank you via an upvote from our non-profit curation initiative!

  • You will be featured in one of our recurring curation compilations and on our pinterest boards! Both are aiming to offer you a stage to widen your audience within and outside of the DIY scene of hive.

Join the official DIYHub community on HIVE and show us more of your amazing work and feel free to connect with us and other DIYers via our discord server!

If you want to support our goal to motivate other DIY/art/music/homesteading/... creators just delegate to us and earn 100% of your curation rewards!

Stay creative & hive on!