The staircase is finished with a maple newel post; and a reproduction antique light fixture is connected to a granite lamppost. Also: how water is water drawn from the well; and how the backup generator is installed.
Clapboard siding is installed; salvaged granite is selected for the yard; the geothermal pipes are connected in the basement; and a visit to the factory in Vermont shows how the kitchen cabinets are coming together.
Historical texture is added to the master suite wall; and the end of the project reveals many improvements, including a new Victorian front porch, restored windows, relaxing master suite, functional living space and open kitchen.
The kitchen counters are installed; a columned divider between the eating area and mudroom is built; the mechanical improvements in the basement are detailed; and a special magnetic paint for messages and notes is applied in the kitchen.
Rotten lally columns in the basement are replaced; the marble sink and claw-foot tub are removed from the guest bath so that they can be restored; and a historic house with 19th-century air conditioning and plumbing is discovered.
Plants are removed to make way for the porch; the demolition to open up the kitchen begins; a determination is made on how the weight of the house will be supported; and the window pulley systems are repaired.
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