Home Restoration Process and Tips After Hurricane Disaster

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Because you probably don't have the proper experience, it is possible that you might not be up to the task of handling the restoration process on your own. To ensure your home restoration process is done right, call the

Restoration of 122-year-old home nearly done – WPEC


Restoration of 122-year-old home nearly doneWPECMELBOURNE BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The restoration of the oldest home in Brevard County is nearly complete, keeping a slice of old Florida intact for future generations. Florida Today reports (http://on.flat …

NJ.com – Sandy cleanup in N.J. continues for crews that clear downed trees – NJ.com

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Enlarge Robert Sciarrino/The Star-Ledger In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, Andy Potter, of Potter Tree Service, cuts out a section of a fallen tree to support the one in background lying on the home of Bob Soltis, located off of Brookside Road in Randolph.

How to Strip Paint – Federal Style Home Restoration in Charleston, SC – Bob Vila eps.907

Related: Quick Tip: Stripping Paint: www.bobvila.com Home Renovation: The Exterior: www.bobvila.com Bob covers some of the techniques involved in stripping and repainting the house’s original siding. Also, Bob tours a Georgian architectural gem with …

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