We just recently went through the process of removing some asbestos from our place and we got a lot of questions so we thought we would fill you in on our process.
We have a bedroom in the middle of the building with no windows. Here's how it works.
Our place currently looks like an episode of Stranger Things. Wires are hanging from the ceiling and weaving through the walls.
We’re about halfway through what we hope will be a six-month renovation, and it feels great to be able to see how everything will come together.
The plumbing will have to go through the entryway of the house and several joists, but we're determined.
This week we're taking a break from the construction fun to talk about the community and history of our neighborhood.
There wasn’t anything structurally wrong with our staircase, which was hard to believe. So why was it so loud?
For many of us, when we step through the double front doors of a historic Brooklyn brownstone we feel a rush of excitement to see the charm and character of original features.
Our house, nicknamed The Pink Lady, was exactly what we wanted: livable, but in need of some major TLC.
With a building as old as ours, there are bound to be a few surprises that could send our dream crashing down to reality.