We selected high quality appliances based on this simple criteria, what would we want in our house. Each of these was selected with usability and efficiency in mind.
All Appliances were shipped from Order # 1289329 unless noted separately
Main House Appliances
OVEN LG-LTG4715BD 30″ 6.9 cu. ft. Black Stainless Steel wi-fi Enabled Gas Double Oven Slide-In Range with ProBake Convection
This range has two separate ovens. Combined with the Whirlpool microwave you get 3 ovens for advanced cooking.
Order # 1289345
MICROWAVE Whirlpool-WMH78019HV 1.9 Cu. Ft. Black Stainless Steel Over-the-Range Wi-Fi Enabled Microwave – Convection
The look is sleek and modern and has no seems or handle. LG does not have a unit with this style yet so we chose Whirlpool
FRIDGE LG-LFXC24726D Diamond Collection 36″ 24.0 cu. ft. Black Stainless Steel Counter Depth French Door Refrigerator – Energy Star
One of the best rated and lower profile counter depth fridges.
DISHWASHER LG-LDP6797BD 24″ Black Stainless Steel Fully Integrated Dishwasher with QuadWash and EasyRack Plus – Energy Star
Serial: 709KWNM8J103 (N is suspect – could be o)
WASHER LG-WM3670HVA 4.5 Cu. Ft. Graphite Steel With Steam Cycle Front Load Washer – Energy Star
DRYER LG-DLEX3370V 7.4 Cu. Ft. Graphite Steel Stackable With Steam Cycle Electric Dryer – Energy Star
LG-KSTK1 27″ Chrome Stacking Kit
OVEN LG-LSG4513BD 30″ Black Stainless Steel Gas Slide-In Sealed Burner Range – Convection
We could have stuck with the electric range but opted to upgrade to a gas oven. Gas means being able to cook if the power goes out.
MICROWAVE LG-LMV2031BD 2.0 Cu. Ft. Black Stainless Steel Over-the-Range Microwave
Top rated with great ventilation that will support the gas range below it.
FRIDGE LG-LFC21776D 36″ 20.7 cu. ft. Black Stainless Steel Counter Depth French Door Refrigerator – Energy Star
This is perhaps the thinnest counter depth fridge on the market. The kitchen is small and we wanted to minimize the space that the fridge would take up. Also – very quiet.
Model: LG LFC21776D/00
Order # 1289345
July 16, 2018
Toshiba 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR – Fire TV Edition
TF-50A810U19 from TV or 50LF621U19 – from Amazon
I17A59CA029542 From TV or G2Q0R8008181002M
Warranty is through Amazon due to having Fire TV installed in it
AC1750 Range Extender
TP-Link RE450(US) Ver 1.2
Main House MAC: B04E2603A2A5
Cottage MAC: 8416F9B25A40
STANDARD PASSWORD AND COMPUSERVEBOAT
MAIN HOUSE THERMOSTAT
COTTAGE CAM IP 10.0.0.172
Provided to Comcast to allow for improvement of the system
Comcast General 888-633-4266
Request tech support for this issue
NEW CABLE WAS SUPPOSED TO BE RUN 10/29 by
Ralph Dallemand <Ralph.email@example.com>
10/3 starting between 12 – 2PM
10/8 starting between 10AM – 12PM
Drop Bury – Install new line – bigger cable
Work Order: 268004
APPLICATION SENT VIA FAX
Here is a description of the current cable infrastructure at 133 Indian Hill Road
Questions: Call the owner at 401-575-0328 Platt Johnson
A cable travels from the main supply cable on the North side of the road near the meters.
It comes under the road in a conduit and then runs along the ground behind the trees.
It crosses the path inside of a surface laid 2″ conduit. This is the path that leads up from the cottage to the main house where it is run
It then goes inside of the Tree House and attaches to the Internet Modem.
From there the signal is then picked up and boosted by two TP-Link AC1750 WiFi Range Extenders with High Speed Mode and Intelligent Signal Indicator (RE450)
One is in the cottage window facing the Tree House.
One is in the kitchen near the fridge.
Comcast ran a new heavy duty wire in red conduit to the Tree House from the North side of the road near the meters.
I believe it went down the road and up the path the the NE corner of the tree house.
I would like that brought inside in a workmanlike and waterproof manner and have it go to the existing cable modem.
This would then replace the older surface mount cable.
I want to add a splitter in the tree house and eventually move the modem to the basement of the main house.
There is a 4″ pipe that goes to the side of the main house.
It currently has Cat6 as a puller but that only goes as far as the NW corner of the porch. Getting the cable under the porch to the house will be a pain in the you know where.
If you want to tackle that – great
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Anything that does get fed down that pipe should also have another puller installed.
For simplicity I think we want to keep the modem in the cottage.
I am just not sure if the signal would be able to be extended from the main to a TP-Link in the tree house and then again to another TP-Link in the cottage. Since the only people on the property are in the cottage we need to serve their needs.
Possibly too much information. Call Platt if questions. 401-575-0328