The bungalow had a furnace when we moved in but it was old and the duct work was old, dirty and inefficient. So the first thing David did was remove the furnace and tear out all the duct work. He purchased a new furnace immediately but had so many other projects to do to make the house comfortable that he scheduled the furnace installation for later.
And later is now. We're cutting it close (warmer weather has disappeared and cooler weather is here) but it'll be done before we freeze to death!
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
I really like old houses. They're not always as efficient as newer homes but they're interesting and quirky.
Our bungalow doesn't have a lot of interesting or quirky features but it does have a few. Take a look:
|I kind of like this light fixture that's currently in the living room. We weren't planning to keep it but it's growing on us.|
Thursday, October 6, 2016
It's been a long time coming but I finally put together a tour of the bungalow. We have to have before pictures, right?! So here we go.
The sun room is located on the front of the house and has windows on three sides. It faces the south and is pretty sunny in the early evening. It used to have an awning over the front windows but we took it down. It definitely helped with the sun and heat but it blocked the view. David plans to build a new awning but with more of a minimalist design. We didn't have any furniture for the sun room so we did purchase the wicker-like love seat, two chairs and the all-weather rug. He's working on a rocking chair that a customer gave him for the other end of the porch.