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  1. General DIY Discussions
    I have a cape cod and I’m looking for any insight on how to remodel this. Originally I wanted to remove most of the walls, and extend the knee wall back further to open up the space but after researching I’m hesitant to do. I’m unsure of which walls are load bearing as all my research on this...
  2. New Member Introductions
    Hello. I have to admit I was desperate for a heating problem solution and I posted there first, without even saying "Hello!" So here I am backtracking to say, "Hi. By the way.." I am really impressed by this forum. We just moved into a new house built in 1920. It is a residential old style, and...
  3. Building & Construction
    In the process of purchasing a 1922 Bungalow and need help with the bathroom. Its our first home, it only has 1 bathroom. The bathroom has two large windows, one over toilet and the other creeping into the shower stall. I want to remove the pathetic choices of tile. The main concern is the...
  4. New Member Introductions
    Hi! I have been a single mom to a wonderful son who is now a Navy SeaBee, a builder actually. Too bad he is no where near to help with the house now! Lol. I have a old, 1912's bungalow, three small bedrooms, tiny bathroom, and very small galley style kitchen. Basement, totally unfinishable...
  5. General DIY Discussions
    This is a shot of the front of the house... and here is the layout... (Please let me know if some other info/images would be helpful) The mudroom is very clearly an addition, the kitchen really seems like an addition. Does this make sense? DH insists the bathroom wasn't always there...
  6. Remodeling
    We have a 1915 craftsman style bungalow and I love the windows (at least those that are obviously original and still in tact).. but of course, they're lacking quite a bit in the efficiency department. What's the most efficient and ideally economical option (long term, not plastic) for bringing...
  7. New Member Introductions
    hi, me and my husband are in the process of purchasing this house... its a 1915 bungalow.. full unfinished basement, low unfinished attic. 2 bedrooms, incredibly small bathroom, confusing kitchen. naturally, we plan to do lots of work. and i look forward to having somewhere to turn for...
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