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By Ryan Shervill September 16, 2011
Wallboard, drywall, or gyproc….whatever you call it, help is a good idea.
Not being able to stomach the Barney-purple haze that...
By Ryan Shervill September 14, 2011
Well, not really disaster…but a fly in the ointment for sure. Remember how I said I made the sink removable? Well…I had pulled...
By Ryan Shervill September 12, 2011
So…the cabinets are gone, walls are down, insulation gone, and the house is an empty shell…except for the flooring. The first...
By Ryan Shervill September 11, 2011
Back to it. So after the rot discovery yesterday, I decided to dig a little further and see how far the damage went. Turns out...
By Ryan Shervill September 8, 2011
Sorry for the delay folks….as always when it comes to a renovation, there was a little unexpected setback (I’ll explain in a...
By Ryan Shervill September 1, 2011
OK, back at it. As I mentioned yesterday, the better part of today was all about pulling nails. The problem with T&G cedar is...
By Ryan Shervill August 31, 2011
Today was more demolition…..but a *little* construction. Earlier I said that there are things you can do to make living through...
By Ryan Shervill August 29, 2011
First thing in the morning Simcoe Disposal dropped off the bin. A bin is an absolute must when taking on a demolition this...
By Ryan Shervill August 28, 2011
Knowing that someone could use the cedar, I carefully pulled every piece off of the wall and piled it neatly in the middle of the...
By Ryan Shervill August 27, 2011
As you can see, the inside of this house goes from the “OK” looking living room to the absolutely, positively, no-holds-barred...
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