Former episode: S42 E04 | Subsequent episode: Putting up on Nov 8, 8pm ET
In this episode:
Development perform and tv manufacturing began on the new venture in Narragansett, RI, but Covid set a halt to Tv set and put limitations on making. Five months afterwards, we select up in which we still left off with our 1887 Queen Anne Victorian.
Kevin O’Connor, Richard Trethewey and Tom Silva established the phase for the restoration efforts. The property has been standing prominently in Narragansett for over a century, but it is a shadow of its previous self. Kevin goes again in time to when he discovered Jeff Sweenor in the front property and they took a glimpse at the exterior.
The house owners, Michael and Kassiane, have been enthusiastic about renovating a historic household in this oceanside local community. Kevin fulfilled them to listen to about their ideas to protect the historic details even though updating the interior space for fashionable dwelling and producing a new wing for a garage and learn suite. The initial ground of the home was a thing of a jumbled mess with astounding aspects, like the 23 light home windows with stained glass. Kevin obtained a tour from Michael and Kassiane. Jeff gave Kevin a tour of the next flooring with its abnormal bathroom.
Five months following that initial tour, Jeff has created fantastic development on the new wing. Tom receives a tour of the garage, master suite and mudroom.
The basement was a dirt crawl house with 5 foot headroom. Kevin finds Richard down there and they discuss how the crew dug out the place and poured a slab to produce a mechanical home.
There is a good deal of get the job done still left to do on this Queen Anne Narragansett project, which includes considerable hardscaping. Jeff talks about the function forward.
Primary Air Day: Nov 1, 2020 Year 42 Ep.05 23:43
Products and Providers from this Episode:
Framing Content and Trim Board:
Coastal Forest Merchandise
Engineered Framing Lumber:
Heating & Cooling:
Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems
AGS HVAC Companies
Precast Bulkhead Methods:
Jolley Precast, Inc.
Narragansett Historical Images:
Narragansett Historical Culture