Our Historic Renovation Project: A Tale of Two Houses 2017-2020
The first six months began with a great effort to get the house done in “7 weeks”, as quoted by my contractor. When seven weeks passed, the project was only growing larger, as more and more termite damage was discovered. Eventually, months passed with no sign of an end. That’s when the contractor suddenly disappeared. It was a hot summer, and I decided I’d paint the exterior while seeing if the contractor would show up again. Day after day, week after week, the walls glowed with new paint, but a new contractor was in order.
#4 On the Outside and Inside the Walls
Columns, Shutters, Wrap Around Porch, Piers, and Insulation
The second contractor started making good headway, and it was nice to see the progress. However, sadly, within about four months, he died at home. It seemed the project was doomed. However, a third contractor appeared on the horizon, a brave soul, and we were rolling down the tracks again.
Two Bedrooms each with Private Ensuite Bathrooms
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