Helping owners, tradespeople, contractors and professionals understand and maintain their historic and older buildings.
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or feel free to browse more topics at the Historic HomeWorks Forum.
It is worth taking care of what you have. You don’t have to spend big piles of money to have a nice place to live and work. You can swing into ongoing routine maintenance and minor repairs. If you do have big piles of money, it’s worth assessing conditions and planning an effective project. Either way, I can help you “git ‘er done.”
Learn to care for your fine old home.
Care for a house, it becomes your home–a safe haven for the comfort of your family.
Got peeling paint? Crumbling bricks? Rotting porch columns? Not sure which way to jump first?
Wish you had a brother in the business who could tell you what’s what and who’s who? Well, I’m not your brother, but you can still count on me for objective advice not tainted by the construction industry’s marketing hype and hidden agendas. I don’t do paid product endorsements. I don’t do “associate” sales where a link to Amazon.com gives me a percentage of what you spend there. I don’t even take “free” samples from manufacturers. You will notice that there is no outside advertising here at HistoricHomeWorks.com. So, you know that my recommendations and advice are objective. If I mention or recommend a specific material or product, that is based on my own personal experience and I find that it actually works.
By Hammer and Hand Great Works Do Stand
By Pen and Thought Best Words are Wrought