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Original roof boards are installed on the ell ceiling. A fieldstone wall is built.
The old barn is replaced with a new boathouse built in a factory and assembled onsite.
The roof is insulated from the outside. A lighting solution for the new ell is devised.
HVAC ducts are creatively hidden. A cinderblock enclosure gets covered with stone.
The old ell has been reassembled. A steel beam carries the weight of the new roof.
A chimney is saved from demo. A sewer ejector is installed. Kevin goes clamming.
The timber frame structure is disassembled. The homeowner considers a new house color.
A plan is devised to raise the timber frame in the ell. A book from 1826 is found.
Exploratory demo is done, and a 1717 home on the oldest street in Ipswich is toured.
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