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I use this platform to share things that are of interest to me or things I'll want to reference later. Occasionally other people like these posts, hence "Shared Interests".
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- Our remodeling experience.
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Tag Archives: demolition
We were quoted in a [recent article in the Los Angeles Times](http://www.latimes.com/classified/realestate/news/la-re-demoparty11-2008may11,0,2980359.story). The author interviewed me a few months ago, but after the WSJ article I was hesitant to talk to another reporter. However, Michelle did a great job, didn’t … Continue reading
We’re getting ready for our final[*](#2007-07-05_note1) demolition party–tearing off the back wall of the original house. We still have to cut a score line around the ceilings (which we’re trying to save) then brace the ceilings near the walls that … Continue reading
Another weekend gone, and we’re a bit closer to a finished house although we *appear* to be going backwards! We took down most of the garage roof this weekend, which was considerably more difficult than the main roof of the … Continue reading
Eight people came to [our party](http://sonicchicken.net/blog/wordpress/2007/05/15/demolition-party/) yesterday and we managed to take off nearly the entire roof. We tried to take good care of our help–Gatorade, water, coffee, and sodas in the morning, more Gatorade, water, sodas and barbecued burgers … Continue reading
A professional crew came out and stripped the shake and shingles off the roof this morning. (The previous owner had applied composite shingles over the original shake roofing.) It took them about three hours from start to finish. Check out … Continue reading
We’re going to be hosting a demolition party this Saturday (5/19) starting at 07:00 am (when it’s nice and cool). Come later if that’s more convenient for you. Our objective: tear off the roof structure. (The shingles are already going … Continue reading