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Old 01-09-2008, 04:52 PM  
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Our reward for all our hard work????????????????





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Old 01-09-2008, 05:45 PM  
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Nice pics, Jeff. And a really nice house too. I like that old trim.

Oh... and the floors too.



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Looks to me like you have done a very nice job on the floors
Anytime your doing reno's at home you should always take your time, allow enough time (+ a little extra) to get the work done and a game plan is very important.

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I haven't been on the computer in a few days. Thanks again for all of the advice! Good luck to you all on your projects.

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Hi! My husband and I bought an old family farmhouse that we are renovating and have been since March. With two kids, including a new baby, and him working 50-plus hours a week an hour away, it's been kind of rough. I guess I'm looking for a little encouragement, because every time I look around, I get so frustrated and overwhelmed because things aren't moving as quickly as I would like. Anyone get the mid-renovation blues?

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Hi! My husband and I bought an old family farmhouse that we are renovating and have been since March. With two kids, including a new baby, and him working 50-plus hours a week an hour away, it's been kind of rough. I guess I'm looking for a little encouragement, because every time I look around, I get so frustrated and overwhelmed because things aren't moving as quickly as I would like. Anyone get the mid-renovation blues?

Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks!!!!!
Hi,I am new to this forum and I have renovated my appartament 2 years ago.All I can say is that it was not easy at all.Work during the day and at night renovating.Apartament was furnished and I had to move everything from one place to another.Now I am done with it and happy I did it.

Right now I work in Atlanta area see my web sites:

www.decorativeceilingtiles.net

www.hardwoodfloorsexperts.com

P.s: Try not to think about it too much.

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