Breezeway Back – The Restoration – Demolition Continued

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Removed the back door and the interior bead boarding.

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Most of the interior walling removed.

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Removing the last remnants of the old, original porch roof.

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A lot of dust, dirt, and cobwebs!

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Removing the siding boards.

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Siding boards almost fall right off.

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Not much support at the base of this corner.

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The wall decking doesn’t look as bad, once all of the siding has been removed.

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A small bit of rot, but for the most part, the decking wood is still pretty solid.

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It seems like the main cause of the wall sag is a failing foundation.  The sections that actually support the wall have broken away from the main part of the cement foundation.

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The detail part of the wood work all removed.

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Beginning to remove the decking wood.

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In this shot, you can see the foundation problems.

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Almost nothing left, but the studs.

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Some rot on the bottom of the studs.

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The extra long window sill, removed.

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Removing the last pieces of wall decking.

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Ready for the studs to come down.

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All of the studs removed, along with the failed area of the foundation.

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Another view of the missing wall.

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Missing wall from the inside.

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Missing wall from the inside.

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