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10 file(s) - Uploaded by: HappilyHolly
Created: 6 days ago | Flag
Total Ratings: 8
A few before and after pictures of what became the first floor laundry.
I am hooked on historic homes!! My current project is the Samuel W. Temple House, an upright and wing house that is Michigan State Landmark that is also listed on the National Register of Historic Homes. When I purchased and began work on the house a year ago, after having sat vacant for almost a decade, it had no viable electric, plumbing or heating services and roofs on the three separate one story wings of the house had failed. I'm in the process of renovating and restoring this glorious home.
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14 file(s) - Uploaded by: Steve Ramirez
Created: Nov 16, 2014 | Flag
Total Ratings: 0
well I bought my house about a year ago and wanted to start right away on something, the kitchen needs work and the bathroom as well, but I really didn't have the money to start those projects so i decided to start with my laundry room. there Are a lot of things that needed to happen in there and what better way to learn how to do all of it then on a part of the house that doesn't get that much traffic.
so I put recessed lighting in, plumbed in for a sink and re-routed the the water and waste lines for the washer and dryer, new tile flooring and re-drywall, and cabinets.