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|36||My toy: a Blue Star (formerly Garland) 6-burner, 36 inch cooktop. It weighs 200 pounds. Oddly, it doesn't look at all big in this kitchen. I need to have it raised 1.5 inches: the base cabinet was built for the slightly taller Wolf that I had planned on getting, before the Blue Star became available again.|
|41||The rear left burner is a simmer burner, and there are two 18,000 BTU burners on the front. The rest are probably paltry 15,000 BTU. The grates are heavy cast iron, not flimsy enameled steel.|
|54||Livingroom with ceiling fans installed: a pair of Casablanca original style in matt black, with 5 52 inch matching blades.|
|50||As planned, the matt black finish helps them disappear into the ceiling.|
|27||Washer and gas drier have been plumbed in, though the drier exhaust vent has not been for some mysterious reason. The drier door can be reversed, but the washer cannot; we'll probably swap them if this gets too annoying but right now we don't want to delay construction any more than we have to. (Door casings have now been completed; as ordered, they weren't deep enough for our walls; special order was needed since this is clear stain-grade trim).|
|58||The new and improved, big-n-ugly cooktop hood vent. Should easily handle the 600 CFM the hood produces. Enough to suck cats off the floor... well, maybe not our tubs o' lard.|