Monthly Archives: May 2012
To Build House Stairways, you have to consult your building inspector or local building code for stairway regulations. After that, determine the “rise” of your stairway with measuring from the finish floor of one story to the finish floor of … Continue reading
To Build a House with Railway Ties, you have to check with a railroad stationmaster in the spring to ask if any railroad tracks are being relocated. After that, select your railroad ties carefully. Then, Measure the railroad ties to … Continue reading
To Build a Caboose House, you have to purchase a caboose. After that, Move your caboose. Then, Place your caboose on your property. Next, replace siding, update windows and paint.
To Build a Territorial-Style House, you have to check the building code regulations for allowed construction materials in the area in which you plan to build. After that, familiarize yourself with territorial architecture. Then, find the lot upon which you … Continue reading
To Save a House from Demolition, you have to Repair the problems that the city council has identified as safety hazards. After that, hire your local building inspector to examine the repairs you have made and approve them for safe … Continue reading