10:23AM | 03/09/14
Does anyone know where we should start with fixing/repairing a 1930 field stone bungalow?

We have done the obvious: new roof, new siding, new windows (some rooms) but we are wondering if such a thing exists as a professional will do a "diagnostic" on a house?
A professional who can point out things in need of repair that the layman homeowner is clueless about?
Our first thought was to hire a home inspector (though no intention of selling) we thought this could help give us some insight and direction as to what needs work and a starting point? A priority fix list? We have owned the home for 15 years and now are in a position financially to start digging in-- and di$hing out.
If anyone has ideas, they are greatly appreciated!!


10:08AM | 03/25/14
Member Since: 03/21/14
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i would suggest looking at this site especially if you're planning to do it yourself without asking for professional help, you can find all the articles you need on every step in their blog, hope it helps armchair builder


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