Now that President Trump has left the White House and kicked off his 17-day getaway to his golf course in New Jersey, renovations at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue are going full-steam ahead.
Dan Scavino Jr., the president's director of social media, tweeted on Friday a photo of an empty Oval Office with a step ladder near the fireplace.
"Renovations underway at the @WhiteHouse," he captioned the photo. "One hour after Air Force One is wheels up??the Oval Office is empty. West Wing is clearing out now."
As ABC News previously reported, the West Wing will be cleared out for several weeks for much-needed repairs.
Work has already begun on White House grounds to replace the 27-year-old heating and cooling system, the second stage of a renovation that started under the Obama administration.
Other work includes painting and new carpeting in the West Wing and refurbishments in the Oval Office. All of the renovations will be conducted by General Service Administration designers.