Projects which deal with electricity clearly fall into the anti-DIY category. Fortunately, our friend Kaitsu, who completed the electric work upstairs earlier, had promised to accept the downstairs (extreme) challenge as well.
|Work in process|
Half a storage space, half a Man Cave for Pekka's projects, lighting plays a crucial role. Light will be provided by a set of fluorescent tubes placed in various places around the bunker. For example, the tubes on the back wall (picture below) will be covered by a board in front to make the light indirect.
|Indirect light to be|
Major part of Pekka's assistant work was to drill the needed holes to enable running the cable from the electrical board located upstairs to downstairs. Once again, the recently acquired new drilling tool with a 30 mm drill bit become handy once again. Altogether, to run all the wires through required three rather big holes to connect the floors.
|Way from upstairs|
As it will be a Man Cave, there were certain "special" requirements. Perhaps the most manly one was the availability of power current. Pekka can finally cross this point "completed" from his long term wish list. The power current really marks the beginning of a new era in the Olive Green Window, enabling the use of a much wider variety of tools than before. Just imagine the possibilities! Nevertheless, we will start by compressing the gravel on the bunker floor by using a machine instead of manual effort, which would be clearly insufficient anyways.
|Power current plug|
As a summary, it is pretty amazing now there is power. Oh, and the floor heating in the downstairs lounge works as well. Quite nice indeed.