Renovation Time with Tim

Episode 9 – Casting Call, Tim’s Dad, and Kitchen Fun!

We were excited to get a call from a casting company about talking to us about reality show opportunities.  Find out what happened!  Also, my Dad gives us some painting tips and the kitchen is starting to come together.   Closets and More in Reading, Granite Transformations, and My American Handyman all helped in this episode.

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Episode 8 – Are we being considered for a reality show?

IKEA kitchens are great because they look contemporary, have all the bells and whistles, and they can save you thousands of dollars, but YOU have to build them.  Some cabinets took about an hour each. We also built some cool shelves in the living room, had the new windows installed, and did some shopping for our bathroom at Signature Hardware. …

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Episode 7 – Making Progress

Things are starting to come together quickly and we can actually see our vision coming together.  Although the original wood floors were in decent shape, we had to replace because of them not being level. Never ending painting and getting our bathtub delivered.  Enjoy!

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Episode 6 – Lots of Painting!

Working full time jobs and renovating a house is exhausting! Thank goodness we have friends who are willing to help!  In this episode, we tackle lots of painting, kitchen lights, and get to see a new banister!  Progress!

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Episode 4 – Dust Everywhere!

One thing we really hated during our last project was living in drywall dust, so with the “The Little Green House,” we aren’t moving in until the messy, dirty, dusty stuff is complete. (we hope!)

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Episode 3 – Demo Day!! Woohoo!

Episode #3 is here and it’s DEMO DAY – our favorite part! Check out our demolition skills and the guy who is helping us put it all back together again – Neil with My American Handyman!

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Tim’s New House ‘Before’ Pics

It’s been a busy few weeks getting this property purchased and a game plan put together.   The family that sold the house had to move out of town quickly, so they left lots of junk/stuff in the house. #NowMyProblem Any good renovation project has to have good “BEFORE” pictures.

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