One more inspection down. The structural inspection went through with flying colors.
What is the structural inspection? Mostly what it sounds like; making sure that any physical additions we’ve made to the space are structurally sound. In our case, that meant the stage, the walls in the theatre and the bathroom wall. Fortunately, none of our walls are load bearing, so they primarily just had to show that they were sturdy and could hold up. The stage had an additional requirement. Since the inside of the stage involves lumber directly touching the floor, we had to properly coat the inside of the stage with a special termite unfriendly stain that looked like The Incredible Hulk and smelled like The Devil.
Now that the inspection has passed, we can seal the stage (along with your loving envelopes) and drywall the bathroom.
This weekend the painting begins.