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Holiday Hours 2019

Hey everybody! We hope your holidays are as fun and low-stress as possible. Here’s our schedule:

Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 28th: closed

Thanksgiving weekend: open as usual

Christmas Eve, Tuesday December 24th: first appointment at 1pm and last appointment at 3pm.* Walk-in gift cards available starting at 9:30am.

Christmas Day, Wednesday December 25th: closed

New Year’s Eve, Tuesday December 31st: first appointment at 1pm and last appointment at 5pm*

New Year’s Day, Wednesday January 1st: opening late at 1pm

*These super short Tuesdays are from having to move our regular cleaning days around due to Wednesday holidays.

Remember – gift certificates are available 24/7 at floatboston.com/gift! For the person who has everything, give them the gift of nothing. You can even schedule them to be sent at any time. Gift list: handled.

Update: On Christmas Eve, Tuesday 12/24, you can buy gift certificates in person from 9:30am to 3:30pm. Appointments will start at 1pm.

Construction progress 4

We are so close to being finished! The place is starting to look like something real. Our contractor is down to the last little details, and we’ve turned our attention from structural things like ceilings and walls, to putting together a whole lot of IKEA cabinets and furniture… and building the tanks themselves!

The Escape Pod tanks are built; an inspector came out to look at our setup and gave our guys a few notes and changes to make. They got right to work on that, and we’re one step closer to our general inspection. We’re waiting for our electrician to wire the pumps and then we’ll plug it all in. I made a gif of the building process… Continue reading Construction progress 4

Construction progress 3

The shop is taking shape!  Our walls are up, the ceiling is going in, and the showers are getting fitted out.  We spent last weekend in there painting, and will probably be in for two more weekends of painting before we’re done.

Reception desk and insulated wall
Our reception area, showing the insulated wall of one of the float rooms. We have thick interior walls: heavy OSB panels, insulation and doubled thickness of drywall, all to minimize sound transmission.

Continue reading Construction progress 3