Today I got to go out to the property, to see if any damage had been done. Thankfully, the walls seem to be where we left them, and there were only a few pieces from the garbage pile that had gotten blown around. I cleaned that up, and got to work on the second loop of PEX for the master bedroom. A nearby weather report, indicates we had winds gusting to 25 MPH and only got up to around 23 degrees F today. Yes, I can verify, it was very cold, and quite windy at my property. I managed to get the tubing laid, but the zip ties are not tightened down yet, and they haven't been clipped off yet. I'll do that tomorrow. It is supposed to be warmer, and less windy tomorrow, so hopefully I can build a fire, and that will help.
Now most of the PEX is laid. White and red loops in the forground on the right side, are in the master bedroom.
Why, yes that is snow along the south wall. The funny loop in the red tubing, in the middle of the left side, is where the front door will come in. It will be good to have a little extra heat there.
Tomorrow, I am hoping to be able to lay the last three loops. I have most of the parts I need for pressure testing the tubing. So if I can finish laying the tubing tomorrow, and pressure test on Sunday afternoon, then we would be ready for an inspection, and concrete pour. Monday looks like it might be warm enough to pour concrete, then it looks like it is going to get cold again. So I am hoping I can get the work done on the radiant floor tubing by the end of the weekend.