The end walls of our attic space are a single brick layer sitting on top of a 16 inch (40 cm) think stone wall (yes—stone, it really is an old house if the fact the roof is supported by king posts did not give enough of a clue!). The ...
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|added blog entry||Renovating the Attic in an Old Farm House #2: New Flooring and Wall Support||08-28-2015 05:24 PM|
|commented on||Renovating the Attic in an Old Farm House #1: Getting Started||08-28-2015 04:51 PM|
|added blog entry||Renovating the Attic in an Old Farm House #1: Getting Started||08-21-2015 02:52 PM|
|added project||New Roof For An Old Farmhouse||08-20-2015 10:17 AM|
|commented on||Schluter System Clinic||11-06-2012 05:51 PM|
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|commented on||The "new" addition #1: Demolishing the old||11-06-2012 05:35 PM|
|added blog entry||The "new" addition #1: Demolishing the old||11-05-2012 05:08 PM|
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After adding a new roof, we are renovating the attic space of our little farmhouse. How it looked during re-roofing and installation of the new chimney: The old floor was covered with dirt for “insulation”. After the dirt was...
As my first blog post series here at homerefurbers I will describe renovating a room in our little centenarian old farm house in Hungary. When my wife and I purchased the house, I had little experience with the stone and brick house constructio...