Yesterday I finished the wall paint, there will be more painting to doo once the door is made and put up.
The outside walls will also need some paint, I think I'll end up painting the whole garage at that point.
Took the last step, and just made a exhaust hole in the wall of the garage attic.
This way I don't need to worry about things like, snow melting off the garage but not the rest of the house.
A 6 " Cup drill for brick and concreate, was to expencive to buy for one hole and I wasn't able to rent it local.
So had to use my hammer drill, made a circle of holes. Then removed the center, with a chisel and hammer.
Put together my wall flange and back draft valve, here it's a good idea to cut the screws.
So they won't block the valve flaps, before you install it.
Then you don't have to take it all apart again like me!
Pushed it thru the hole from the outside, so the wall flange have a tight fit. Then I mounted the exhaust grill, to give it a nice finish.
From the inside, check and make sure the valve flaps can open.
Now it was just a matter of connecting the fan and silencer, with a few 90 degree bends and some straight ducting.
For now the ducting is resting on the insulation, I have mounting clamps for hanging the whole exhaust, for noize reduction but first I will wait and see if it's needed.