Though our siding to do list was growing rather than shrinking, we had accomplished most everything we could without addressing the ugly nine headed gorilla in the room of "how are we going to work up high on the side of the house?" It was a simple dilemma, but one whose...
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With two of our big three questions related to our major siding project answered, we were feeling good about the project that had loomed to large over our lives. Determining both the siding design and material, as well as the tools that would allow us to actually apply it...
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One of the true lessons of old home ownership was the realization that few people really know what lies beneath when opening up floors, walls, or ceilings. You're equally as likely to find solid "bones" of a house as you are to fine the patchwork of projects gone bad. Those...
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Ah, the joys of a massive project undertaking. Though most major projects come with long hours, new skills, and inevitable wedded bliss (wink wink, nudge nudge), the joy I'm talking about is my mantra! My credo! My rule to live a DIY life by! It's been a while since I...
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Last week we introduced you to a major undertaking we had to tackle after the extensive water and termite damage we discovered in our kitchen. The water infiltration, poorly installed and poor quality siding, the shoddy and unsightly architectural element attached to our home, and the failure to remove prior...
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