We're getting down to the nitty gritty with the work on the new front door. It feels really good to be making some serious headway and it almost feels like we might actually get the project finished! :-) We still have a lot left to accomplish, but we're finally to a...
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When a newbie construction member joins a crew, the existing crew usually puts the new member through a bit of an initiation process. One of the construction rights of passage is when the crew tells the neophite to run to the hardware store and pick up a "board stretcher." The...
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Ugh. The last few weeks have been so busy for us with our day jobs that house projects and our beloved blog have unfortunately taken a back seat. And by back seat I mean in the way back row of seats in a ginormous SUV, or perhaps a bus. Though...
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As we power on through the extremely time consuming and ridiculously intricate project that is The Front Vestibule, we occasionally run into situations where a little bit of time and patience go a long way towards making the project much better. Sometimes the need to work slower and more deliberately...
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As our vestibule renovation project drags on into its ninth month, I feel my mood souring a bit. What we once deemed a "quick project" has, in true Old Town Home fashion, morphed into an overhaul that has cost more, taken longer, and brought with it more frustration than originally...
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