Monthly Archives: May 2004

Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Demolition Completed

Roof completely removed. It looks strange without the roof.  I guess this is sort of what it looked like before the Breezeway was added.

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Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Demolition Continued

Time to start removing the old tin roof. Part of the old tin roof removed, revealing the wood decking underneath. Tin roof removal moving right along.  With the tin taken off, some of the wood decking is quite brittle. Some … Continue reading

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Breezeway Roof – The Restoration – Demolition

The Breezeway roof, with the “quick-fix” roof removed.  It did it’s job over winter in keeping most of the moisture out.  I can’t say that the “quick-fix” roof I put on the Servant’s Quarters did as good of a job.  … Continue reading

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Breezeway Interior – Demolition

Since we’re tearing down the wall, we may as well do a little demo work in the interior.  Let’s start with that ramp thing… Ramp gone.  There was a lot of trash underneath it. With the ramp and all of … Continue reading

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Breezeway Front – The Restoration – Demolition

The wind blew the glass out of this window today.  I guess that means that we should maybe start doing something with this area of the Breezeway before it completely deteriorates. Starting to remove the layers of trim work. The … Continue reading

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