1900s Farm House

By: Barna Kasa Published on: Thursday, 1/15/2015

We got a job to salvage all the wood work and any miscellaneous items from a 1900s farm house in Ohio. What we planned to be a 1 day job ran into 3 days due to the extreme cold and just the shear volume of awesome woodwork.  We were able to take out every door, window and basebaord trim. We removed all light fixtures, doors and all old windows. We bundled each door or window trim as a set for easy reassembly or reuse as a set. We got tons of great woodwork saved from this house that a developer will be tearing down to make way for new homes.

 

Here are some BEFORE photos:

                 

 

We removed everything we could in 3 days. Here are some ater photos :

  

 

 

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