- Apr 6, 2008
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Any kind of house project is stressful. Consolidate when possible to avoid future disruptions and mess, if practical.
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"Call me a failure?!?! ME?!?! I'LL SHOW EVERY ONE OF YOU TRAILER TRASH [email protected]! I'M BETTER THAN YOU COUOD EVER DREAM OF BEIN BETTER THEN!"Not looking in anywhere close to this price range, but not all that far (geographically) from a house we actually are interested in. Raising the question of who wants to live like this and for fuck sake why? What kind of internal narrative is running as you ponce through your podunk Petit Trianon?
For sale: $7,999,999. Looking for a 2.6 +/- acre gated PALACE in Atlanta - this is it!! A copy of Le Petit Trianon in Paris, this home has been lovingly restored by the current owners and is truly magnificent!! Attention to detail is unsurpassed. Enter the property through the gate and front...www.zillow.com
Also very likely dealing with lead paint here, plus lath and plaster walls that are probably in bad shape. Wallpaper was a cheap way to cover up deteriorating plaster.Any kind of house project is stressful. Consolidate when possible to avoid future disruptions and mess, if practical.
If it's lead paint, and you're in an old city that has no doubt had problems with it, odds are very high you're going to have to hire a licensed abatement contractor.there is 100% lead paint. this is in Baltimore after all. I just don't know what to do. I am afraid that just painting it again is going to look terrible. I have a place I can stay during any work so no problems there.
I read this as a literal fork fell from the treeA large fork from my neighbor's tree that I originally thought was mine fell. Luckily it landed in their yard. Kinda hoping when they have it taken care of they get the part that's sagging low into my yard.
It was forked around a pine tree, pushing it over slightly. The pine won the battle.
just took delivery of a miele t1 and w1. installing this weekend hopefully. had a bosch 300 series before. that was fine. heat pump dryers do, or at least that bosch did, take a long time for towel loads. but they get it done, and it wasn't really something we minded. we only have a queen sized comforter but that fit just fine in the bosch. our only real complaint about that thing was that touch screen controls suck.Need a new washer dryer. I can go gas or electric. Does anyone have experience with a heat pump dryer? I actually do care about energy usage as I'm a bleeding heart tree hugger.
Also, Miele and Bosch seem to be the best, but they are a little smaller. Has anyone used the smaller size and been OK washing a king-sized comforter?