Historic Gem In The Heart Of The Village Of Richmond Hill, Ontario. Built 1879/1920, Totally Updated And Meticulously Maintained.
POSTPONED Pay $200.00 now to reserve your space, payment is through a secure PayPal account Pay with Credit Card or Debit Card Contact us for e-transfer details email Sunday May 24th, 2020 One Day Intensive Workshop 10:30 am – 4:00 pm Without a doubt our most popular workshop ever! – This workshop covers all aspects…
This workshop will take you through the entire documentation and evaluation process – through to the full repair and restoration process of your original wood windows.
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The General Repair and renovation of an Older House, from the foundation to the top of the chimney! Saturday March 15th, 2020 1:00 pm – 4:30 pm
Many wooden doors that have given faithful service for a century or two suffer from sagging because of screw holes which have become, after literally thousands of sharp shocks with closing and opening, too large for the screws. The whole door binds and sags, making it difficult to shut.
The Queen Anne Revival house style made its first appearance in North America when the British Government displayed several examples of the style at the 1876 Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia.
I have created a set of drawings in hopes to inspire the reader to recreate this historic landscape in their own front yard!
On this episode of the Chris Cooper show I will introduce the second of our project houses. A long forgotten farmhouse built in 1837 located in Bright, just 5 minutes west of Cambridge, Ontario.
The old Ice Cream shop in Hubbards Cove, Nova Scotia