Renovation Thursday – Outlet and Doors

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This week on Renovation Thursday I worked on a few little things that needed to be done.

Somehow in the kitchen backsplash tiling project, one of our GFCI outlets got messed up and wouldn’t reset anymore, so I needed to install another one.  Since I’m fairly comfortable with minor electrical work like changing outlets and light switches, I was able to do this one quickly and now we have a working outlet again.

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After:

And, after cleaning out the bookshelves for Minimalist Monday, I was even more bothered by the doors that no longer shut (thanks to my children overextending them :) ), so I called the manufacturer (Bush Industries) and they sent me 12 new hinges…free!  Gotta love great customer service like that!  So, I switched out the hinges and after a bit of tweaking (because the type of hinges had changed), I had doors that shut once again.

Before:

After:

Now I want to hear what you are doing!  Scroll down to the bottom of this post to link up your blog post in our Renovation Thursday linky!

Here’s where I am headed for Renovation Thursday in the next few weeks:

  1. Kitchen Backsplash – DONE!
  2. Patch Office Walls
  3. Paint Office Walls
  4. Remove Screws from the Office Ceiling
  5. Hang Pictures in Office
  6. Finish Patching Kitchen Ceiling
  7. Fix Outlet in Kitchen – DONE!
  8. Fix Fan in Kitchen
  9. Screw Sink in Laundry Room into Wall
  10. Wood Trim Under Washer
  11. Replace Island Lights in Kitchen
  12. Patch Kitchen Wall
  13. Paint Kitchen Ceiling
  14. Paint Kitchen Walls
  15. Patch Dining Room Walls
  16. Paint Dining Room Walls
  17. Paint Downstairs Vanity
  18. New Hardware for Downstairs Vanity
  19. Cubbies for Mudroom
  20. Bench for Mudroom
  21. Locker Holders in Mudroom
  22. Cabinet for Circuit Breakers
  23. Patch Holes in Living Room
  24. Patin Touch Up Living Room
  25. Hang Children’s Picture in Living Room
  26. Patch Above Front Door
  27. Put Piece of Wood Under Front Door
  28. Paint Above Front Door
  29. Remove Molding in Hallway
  30. Replace Outlets in Hallway
  31. Replace Light Switches in Hallway
  32. Paint Hallway
  33. Remove Rocks in Front Yard
  34. Plant Flowers in Front Yard
  35. New Weed Barrier in Front Yard
  36. Replace Rocks in Front Yard
  37. Pull Weeds and Trim Existing Front Flowers
  38. Paint Touch Up Guest Bath
  39. Patch Guest Bath Walls
  40. Paint Touch Up Master Bath
  41. Fix Vanity Door in Master Bath
  42. Fix Drain in Master Bath Sink
  43. Prime Master Bedroom Walls
  44. Paint Touch Up Master Bedroom
  45. Fix Fan Wobbling in Master Bedroom
  46. Lattice for Children’s Artwork in Hallway
  47. Patch Hole in Wood Floor in Living Room
  48. Paint Pantry
  49. Fix Kickplate in Kitchen
  50. Paint Kickplate in Kitchen
  51. Fix Doors on Office Bookshelves – DONE!
  52. Tape All Child Locks
  53. Clean Tops of Kitchen Cabinets

What are you doing in your home?

Link up your home improvement and renovation projects! 

To participate:

  1. Make a post on your blog (any home improvement or renovation post is fine, old posts are welcome).
  2. Include a link back to this post on your blog post.
  3. Then add your post to the Linky Tools box (below).
  4. Thumbnails come automatically from your blog post, or you can upload a special one.
  5. Leave a comment on this post and then visit the other posts that are linked up.
  6. Enjoy exploring other people’s projects and be inspired!

See you next week as we tackle more home improvement!

Dr. Laura

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