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The Potters House Part 5. Planning Day And A Few Surprises...

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In this episode Alex and Dave head back to the house to pick up a few things and start putting together a plan for next weeks adventure where we start to work on the house itself! watch as we make a few surprising discoveries along the way!

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12/02/2019

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Jenny J
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I love it. "You might find some old Fish n' Chips!!' Too cute.
Sabena
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I've been binge watching this project! So awesome! Can't wait to see more!
amber thompson
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I would love to buy the White elephant if I could
Mark Bader
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Is the living room floor Douglas Fir?
Yzabel Braun
Yzabel Braun 4 घंटे पहले
Oh, that black phone under the basement stairs!
Valarie Quisenberry
Valarie Quisenberry 5 घंटे पहले
Use fabric softener and warm water in a spray bottle, spray on wallpaper, let sit a few minutes and it will scrap right off
Joadstar DeeLuvsYa
Joadstar DeeLuvsYa 9 घंटे पहले
That fridge is a keeper!! Just needs a clean! Vintage and it works :)
Sloane Mac Tíre
Sloane Mac Tíre 12 घंटे पहले
There is something tragic and ironic when a furnace can't keep itself warm enough to keep running...
Doris Rosa
Doris Rosa 13 घंटे पहले
I would like for my Son to watch these Videos so he'll know what he will be getting into. He wants to buy, fix and sale homes. It's what he study for.
mrscalifdreamer
mrscalifdreamer 13 घंटे पहले
The wood floor was covered with the thin plywood and carpet installed. When original owners sold or passed the house down, the new owners probably wanted to get rid of the carpet and had no idea there were original wood floors under the plywood! We are fixing our old house too and we had no idea there are some nice wood floors!
Micki H.
Micki H. 13 घंटे पहले
I can't find a video of the completed potters house? Is there one?
Sharon Moore
Sharon Moore 16 घंटे पहले
If you have a popcorn ceiling you may also have asbestos also in the paint it might be a good idea to get it checked for your health
EllieBellie Longstreet
EllieBellie Longstreet 17 घंटे पहले
If you dont mind me asking , how much was this house?
EllieBellie Longstreet
EllieBellie Longstreet 17 घंटे पहले
I would have the walls and behind the walls inspected for mold. (In everyroom)
noah krick
noah krick 19 घंटे पहले
The heater turning off is a cool down cycle, you have to let it finish cooling off before you cut power, running for such long periods can hurt the unit and possibly even crack the heat exchanger without time to cool off
Morgan Jacks
Morgan Jacks 19 घंटे पहले
I wonder if there is anything pharmacy related, like old prescription bottles or medicine packaging. I would love those!
Jane Taylor
Jane Taylor दिन पहले
Your father in law needs that rocker in his life...
Filippa Skog
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That blueish grey cupboard in the basement's really beautiful. Some TLC on that and you'll have a cupboard that'll hold your stuff for another 100 years.
calvinthedestroyer
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Love your videos
Chris Newman
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What an amazing amount of dedication and hard work. I happen to find your videos in the suggestions to the right. I have spent all morning watching all 5 parts so far and cannot wait for future updates. +Subscriber
Voklst Westie
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You can call it a 'hoarders' house because thats how it was sold to you & truely what it was... Think in terms of what any historic plaque out front would say... The Potters House... Or whatever her name is should it appear on said plaque. Its now a transition house, call it that currently. A few here say Money Pit. You would have to love your grandparents as I do mine to repair that old lamp they left you. Yes, it would cost nothing to throw in the garbage, but I paid to get it repaired and now it functions just fine in my living room. People & family who come over say, "great antique lamp, where'd you get that?" & "I'd love a lamp like that" ... Then I say, "yes my Grandmother loved that lamp too!"... Though the house is no famiglia relation, as you say, "the Bones are good". Use any historic grants on structure, electrical, plumbing, etc. Use your funds and elbow grease on making it look the time period & pretty enough to sell to a buyer who would appreciate all of the above. Prayers to you & your family.
TroopersAdventures
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If its been freezing that much outside and the furnace has been off then your vent cap on the roof may be frozen over or blocked up which will cause the furnace to overheat the heat exchanger and trip a high temp limit sensor and turn the gas off till it cools down. Resetting the power is just clearing the error code on the board and making it run a cycle again until it trips another code. You can do some serious damage to the furnace and even have carbon monoxide issue in the home (I know you got a detector which is always a good idea). Been doing HVAC for 21 years.
ieatyomama
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If it were my house the first thing I would concentrate on is the foundation. I know that is hard to do when the ground is frozen solid but the foundation needs to be solid and level in order level the house. The cracked drain pipe is going to be a problem also. Except for "P Traps" the rest of the drain pipes should be empty, if water sat in the pipe, froze, then burst the pipe that means there is a blockage that is backing the water up into the pipe. While you're waiting for the ground to thaw to work on the foundation and drains the drywall/sheetrock from the outer walls could be removed. As old as the house is I doubt there is any insulation in the walls, plus I doubt the "headers" over the windows and door frames are anything more than 2x4's and will need to be upgraded and brought up to code. Also the age of the wires and the fact that there was significant evidence of rodent infestation means you will need to upgrade the electrical, install GFI breakers in the kitchen and bathrooms and upgrade the wiring to the furnace and water heater. The tripped breaker is evidence that the newer furnace is using more amperage than the breaker/wiring can handle. I'd definitely wait until the foundation was sound and level before I started repairing walls, installing windows or doors, repairing/refinishing floors, or replacing the roof. All of these can and will move when the foundation is leveled and can crack windows, doors, walls and even floors. Of course you will do the repairs however you see fit to do them, I'm not telling you what to do, I'm just saying if it was mine that's how I would go about making the repairs. As much weight that was in the house, and the amount of cracks at the windows and doors there has to be foundation problems. That could be the reason water is backing back up in the drains. It is a neat old house and I look forward to watching your progress as you go. Good luck with it
Summer Dove
Summer Dove दिन पहले
Ahhh!! That mechanical typewriter is absolutely gorgeous!
Hope Smith
Hope Smith दिन पहले
If you can keep the lath and plaster, do. Those houses are way quieter than modern homes built with drywall. I know from experience.
Alexis Starsmith
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This inspires me to find hoarder homes for sale! I have rebuilt homes before but this look'in like my next level. Also not shure when you published this vid but PLEASE DO NOT PULL UP THE PLYWOOD!!!! wait till nearly last because your going to damage the original flooring more. you have all the repairs, people, debris and what not beating the floors during a rehab home.
Tasherameracis
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had a thought as to why they may have done what was done to the 1st level floors. In the late 50s to mid 70's there was a common habit of putting in bold solid colored walls and bright carpets. It's possible, since the 1st floor was renovated at some point that is was done at this time. That might explain the cheep plywood with fake wood and carpet over it. I have seen this in other old houses. If that was the case, you may find nothing wrong with the original floor other than needing to be refinished.
AUDE SAPERE
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*Redo that one wall in the room Alex, some Sheetrock & plaster her up would be cheapest way out since you said it is only cosmetic & funds for this project are limited*
AUDE SAPERE
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*Hey Kid, dont you understand a hint..When your father in law say's, "I REALLY LIKE THIS", while standing over the rocking chair rubbing his hands, your supposed to respond with, "REALLY, WELL WOULD YOU LIKE TO TAKE IT HOME FOR YOURSELF MY GOOD MAN"..Just a guess, but i think Dave really likes that chair*
Andrew Wyatt
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I like Dave, give him the chair!.. did you find any old Mail Order Shopping catalogues, even 1980s ones are collectable.. as they are a frozen in time, archive of popular culture. Love this series..would make an excellent feature film.. Oscar doc for 2020 ??
LeeProFilmz
LeeProFilmz 2 दिन पहले
Where is pt. 6?
Butch Adriatic
Butch Adriatic 2 दिन पहले
The breaker being tripped concerns me more than the hvac shutting off. A furnace shutting down as designed...A-o.k.; but what caused an external breaker to trip? That points to something bigger imo. Electrical first, then heat. And at least wrapping the sewer pipe in plastic wrap to prevent a significant methane gas leak/buildup sure wouldn't hurt either. This has been another fine instalment in the "magically hairy, potter's" tale. 😂
Kay Love
Kay Love 2 दिन पहले
Perhaps get Adam to help you with the remodel ?
Ron Shulman
Ron Shulman 2 दिन पहले
Did I see the missing frosted globe for the lamp on the last episode on the kitchen counter?
Sid's Trips & Oddities
Sid's Trips & Oddities 2 दिन पहले
Damn, that fridge makes quite a good commercial for Frigidaire! 40 yrs later and it's still going strong!
NJPurling
NJPurling 2 दिन पहले
Yeah. Under that floor is the site of a bloodstain marking a murder scene & the victim's head is in that old fridge.
lyricwritertoo
lyricwritertoo 2 दिन पहले
Poor house. Has good bones. I lived in a divided Victorian. 8 studios. All wood and floors were oak but they painted most of it white except the main hall floor and my room. It made it look flat, no dimension and why I dont know as the years of white paint never touched up was black.
JustaThot
JustaThot 2 दिन पहले
People hide money in freezers... defrost it! (I was just trying to help with the possible elephant lampshade. Only wish you the best.)
Sonya Bowles
Sonya Bowles 2 दिन पहले
I wish you would have checked out the door to the attic in this video. I want this house... so much room. So many possibilities. I would want to turn the attic into a bedroom. :)
Pearl Wherry
Pearl Wherry 2 दिन पहले
Need a new thermocouple/. They come in sizes. About the spiders/ bugs before you leave one day set off a spray bug bomb , one for each floor. It kills everything
Pearl Wherry
Pearl Wherry 2 दिन पहले
Blessed are you to find all your missing trim!!!
Cattrix999
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In the downstairs there is a sewing machine head as you panned across from the sewer pipe.. can't tell what the make of it was maybe a Singer or a Singer Pearl which was a W&W after they were bought out by Singer. Also saw a treadle cabinet in the upstairs that was in pretty fair shape! I collected antique sewing machines for a few years and have 9 treadles. Singer had a Canadian factory and I have a couple of Canadian born Singer sewing machines. Love this channel and this intersting story. I have a lot of compassion and empathy for the former owner of the house. I hope she had a wonderful life. If I ever get up to Canada I want to visit your shop!
Kathy Knittle
Kathy Knittle 2 दिन पहले
Did I see a crokinole board in where the rocking chair was? If it is usable and still there I'd love it... I'd even pick it up as I'm in walking distance. That is if you're not charging too much for it.
KMG68
KMG68 2 दिन पहले
Ok, I'm addicted to this adventure. I'm also completely freaked out by all the mold and the fact that you and your helpers aren't wearing hepa masks. 25% of the population is genetically susceptible to mold illness. 1% of those people become debilitatingly ill from mold....and drs usually miss it. Your "allergies" may really be a reaction to toxic mold or an allergy AND a reaction. Please me careful and bring a mold expert in to assess the property!
Rachel R
Rachel R 2 दिन पहले
I wish i knew the name of the potter! she has such unique work! and her stories from all of the native people that she's met must have been great! too bad...
J. R. C.
J. R. C. 2 दिन पहले
I know you have found quite a bit of costume jewelry and didn't think it was worth much. SOME of the OLD costume stuff is worth a good bit of money.
Sarah Finch
Sarah Finch 2 दिन पहले
so wat r u guys gonna do with this hoarder house that u guys bought once its all cleaned up and everything?
Woodshed Woodworking
Woodshed Woodworking 2 दिन पहले
Please... please... I beg of you, get a tripod for your hone/camera. Watching you dig through stuff with one hand is painful. I want to jump into the screen and help dig through stuff just so you can hold the camera!
Inachu Ikimasho
Inachu Ikimasho 2 दिन पहले
I would have rented 2 huge fans. one to blow in air and one fan to suck air out of the house to rid the house of much dust as possible.
Inachu Ikimasho
Inachu Ikimasho 2 दिन पहले
14:34 looks like clay slip that settled.
Heather Yohe
Heather Yohe 2 दिन पहले
My house is 100 years old and when remolding it we took down the wall and saw that the insulation had broken down and settled at the bottom so basically no insulation in the walls. I would gut them so you can put in insulation
Heather D
Heather D 2 दिन पहले
I cannot believe how much fun I have had watching this guy WORK 🤣😂 It’s actually quite inspiring. I’m remembering some properties that I have in New Mexico with some storage buildings that need clearing out and I’m beginning to get excited thinking about treasures that may be found. Thank you Curiosity Incorporated!
Pamela Olger
Pamela Olger 2 दिन पहले
This series has been like reading a good mystery on my day off.. love it !!!!! ❤
K Wallace
K Wallace 2 दिन पहले
Here I am again writing! When I was in my 50s I bought an old historic house at an auction. The house was 110 years old! It was an overwhelming experience. 1200 sq ft on first and second floor and over 1,000 sq ft on the third floor. It had a 4 car carriage house (garage to us!) I was and am a single woman so it was another adventure to tell my grandchildren and great grandchildren. The house was in Lansing, Mi. Nothing like what you have found. You have so much knowledge about the good and bad the save and dispose of. I am awestruck with what you know and how very hard you work! Please continue to keep us up to date. This has become almost the only YoUTube I watch.
Sean Willman
Sean Willman 2 दिन पहले
The outtake for the furnace maybe blocked by ice which blows out the pilot. The fan keeps running. I live in the same weather.
Phoebe
Phoebe 3 दिन पहले
Sorry for the disappointment of the heat not having been on all week.
Rachel Websdale
Rachel Websdale 3 दिन पहले
love the vids can't wait to see more.
ka9radio
ka9radio 3 दिन पहले
BE CAREFUL OF THE HIGH VOLTAGE LINES, out side the attic window. Thanks.
shawnoandrew
shawnoandrew 3 दिन पहले
You found hardwood!!!!!
23Prospero37
23Prospero37 3 दिन पहले
You definitely need to get an electrician in to sort out your electricals. Hate to say it but that breaker box situtuation is a fire hazard waiting to happen.
TRLWNC1
TRLWNC1 3 दिन पहले
Look up the rehab addict on DIY tv. She could help with some ideas about keeping it real. She is in Detroit.
eric197819781978
eric197819781978 3 दिन पहले
It is not hardwood, it is pine, there were not really any sub-floors back then. Pine is pricey to get sanded because it fills up the sand paper very quickly, but can give interesting results although not a very tough floor.
JD Atlee
JD Atlee 3 दिन पहले
The original wood floorboards may have shrunk. I bought an old house that was abandoned for some time. When I started renovations. I pulled up all the old carpet, excited to restore to the original hardwood and found that the rustic hardwood floorboards had shrunk over the last 125 years and you could see between the boards to the crawl space. They had smeared tar on the floor in places, I guess to try to seal the floor. The wind blew through the floorboards and 1000s of little critters were able to come up from under the house to the living area. It was impossible to heat and keep the critters out. So.... in renovating I used plywood over the old dilapidated flooring and then put new flooring over the top of that. Keeping the cold and the critters out.
o e
o e 3 दिन पहले
Love watching step by step in this old house. Can't wait to see it come to life! Thank you!
Jas B.
Jas B. 3 दिन पहले
You might want to run a few HEPA air filters for a week to clear out the air. If that doesn't do it you can look at fumigating the house with high-powered ozone from a contractor who specializes in that. To eliminate hidden critters you will need to heat the house to at least 60 celcius and hold it there for some time (a contractor who specializes in bed bugs can help you with this). Do an air quality test to ensure the house is safe to live in.
Jared Lumbert
Jared Lumbert 3 दिन पहले
Those old federal panels are junk. Theyve caused a lot of house fires. Code where I’m from requires them to be changed.
Amy Lybarger
Amy Lybarger 3 दिन पहले
We dealt with wallpaper on plaster in the house I grew up in. It is daunting, but get a steamer, some wallpaper scrapers and some regular scrapers and it makes the job a lot easier.
Jo Ann Gasper
Jo Ann Gasper 3 दिन पहले
Did you sell the necklace you found there at the end? I love the colors but not interested in antiques...
Don Smith
Don Smith 3 दिन पहले
Sorry Boston Rocker
Denise Terrell
Denise Terrell 3 दिन पहले
Wow!! Those floors are in great shape! Hopefully be able to salvage them.. love that old style of flooring..
Don Smith
Don Smith 3 दिन पहले
That rocker looks like a Boton Rocker
Winters Battle of Bands
Winters Battle of Bands 3 दिन पहले
Bad idea to chip at the ice. You can break the Freon path/tubes.
MrWeedWacky
MrWeedWacky 3 दिन पहले
that Remington is from no later than 1955, but probably around 1930's, I think it is either a Remington-Rand Cadet or a Compact.. pretty valuable machine!
Jan Girke
Jan Girke 3 दिन पहले
You don't have to constantly restart the furnace. It's working. After heating the loop it automatically turns off until the heat in the loop is too low then it starts heating the loop again. Just let it work. Maybe you have to check it for leaks again and give a key to a neighbor to check it regularly, because the cold might burst pipes or create leaks.
Lucid Monkey
Lucid Monkey 3 दिन पहले
Are you gonna keep track of (all sales) (all costs) related to this project to see what the final tally is?!?! I keep wondering about it... help me
Curiosity Incorporated
Curiosity Incorporated 3 दिन पहले
Yes we will
Sebastian Lakes
Sebastian Lakes 3 दिन पहले
Is the light by the breakers powered off the first light you turn on as you enter the basement? May only go live when you switch the first light on. Your father in law shouted that the light was now on just seconds after you switched the stair light...
damo690
damo690 3 दिन पहले
Im a building surveyor. Im very pleased to see that you appreciate the old house and want to preserve and restore its origonal trims and window pieces it should look beautiful when its restored.
THEDRAGONBOOSTER8
THEDRAGONBOOSTER8 3 दिन पहले
Bang in a few nails and get a floor sander in ..Cheers from Tassie Australia..
Wolfina Foxtail
Wolfina Foxtail 3 दिन पहले
14:30 that's actually a pretty nice kitchen cabnet (needs some tlc), looks like a Hoosier cabinet. Surprisingly they can fetch about $100 in that condition because it's vintage or possibly antique.
hernanc
hernanc 3 दिन पहले
For the wall paper Bob Claggett from Making It on IN-vid removed it successfully with a steam machine. You can check his bathroom renovation videos. Keep up the excellent videos!
zeppefan
zeppefan 3 दिन पहले
Just putting my 2 cents in, i own a 1905 home with lathe n plaster, my wife and i removed 3 layers of wallpaper and repaired all the cracks, if i had a decent budget i would have removed it all to have access to the old wiring and ran new. I'm a carpenter by trade and love the old woodwork and hardwood flooring. The previous owners may not have known about the hardwood under the plywood if there was carpet throughout the house, and when it came time to upgrade they chose the newer floating floor to put down. The house definitely has good bones and potential, but there is going to be some heavy investment to bring it back. Good luck, and really enjoy the videos. P.S. give dad the chair!!
Sara Katz
Sara Katz 3 दिन पहले
Nice haircut!
Janette Brooks
Janette Brooks 3 दिन पहले
Awesome Chanel. I’m binge watching 😁
Alexander Powell
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I'm an antique dealer in Australia and I've had two houses like this- one of them was a fully furnished (everything covered in dust) house that was from around 1890's that nobody had lived in since 1974, in a dying agricultural town in NSW called Rankin Springs. The family had just upped and left it untouched. There were calendars on the walls from 74 and it was a real untouched time capsule as someone had fought in the first world war and his kit/gear was still there along with medicines in the bathroom cupboard from prior to WW1. I ended up selling a bunch of A model Ford stuff from out of there to museums internationally along with full, unopened coffee tins from around 1901. Anyway here's my tip to you because I too had to drive far to get there (around 350kms one way) and it gets a bit depressing coming back to a house that doesn't change much with each trip so, *I found that you have to clean at least one room from top to bottom on each trip* and that room has to be empty when you leave. EMPTY, not a pile of boxes in the corner with stuff in them. If you leave a pile to sort through and deal with in each room then they become a headache in each room and you start doubting it will ever get done- it begins to weigh on you and after a while you'll find yourself unknowingly goofing off because there's so much mess to go through in every room. Also, you restore an empty house but if you try to fit doors and scrape back friezes or polish brass doorknobs etc, you're wasting your own time as *the first job is to empty the place* .
David Perkins
David Perkins 3 दिन पहले
16:26 - I love the fake brick in the cellar. Very 50's!
Justin J.
Justin J. 3 दिन पहले
If those crocks don't have cracks on the inside they are a lot more desirable. If they do they are just decorative pieces. It could be the difference between $60 or $80, and $20.
JrGoonior
JrGoonior 3 दिन पहले
Been lurking for a while. Just subscribed so I can see what happens next...😁😁😁
Kaitlin Meuse
Kaitlin Meuse 3 दिन पहले
My house has gorgeous hardwood.... but we had to rip up disgusting carpet to realize that!!! We have almost finished recovering the upstairs. Have 1 room left, other than my kitchen, i'd really love to rip that up too
Sharon Hobbs
Sharon Hobbs 3 दिन पहले
I love that you want to put the house back to it's original glory. Some of the fabrics are really pretty. If they are nice, and durable worn, they would still sell. Like the flowered on black dress used on the mask, and the red tiny polka dot on white. these are used if not elsewhere available, for recreating fifties etc dresses. I wondered too, about the "new" roof, I suppose that is why you are not so worried about the state of the ceilings where water got through. Also the settled and cracked wall area might even be a problem where water got into the soil right by the house, instead of being carried further off.
Christine Wilson
Christine Wilson 3 दिन पहले
I'm from Saint John, N.B. Canada. Somehow I stumbled across your channel. I am so glad that I did because I am really loving your videos and all your adventures.
Christine Wilson
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+Kuma Presten It is such a small world 😀
Kuma Presten
Kuma Presten दिन पहले
Christine Wilson i am also from saint john! nice to see another one of us here :^)
Virginia Hopkins
Virginia Hopkins 3 दिन पहले
Please be careful with scraping the paint in an old housem without testing to see if it's leaded paint. Additionally that linoleum for looks like it could be asbestos. Please be careful and have that tested.
jhitt79
jhitt79 3 दिन पहले
I want the belt.
KETO Diamond
KETO Diamond 3 दिन पहले
No way I would have covered those hardwood floors! Wow.
Philippe Parle Peu
Philippe Parle Peu 3 दिन पहले
I think I found my new favorite channel! Keep up the great work, this series is amazing!
ctho admin
ctho admin 3 दिन पहले
Maybe leave the plywood on the floors in place until you’ve done the rest of the work, it’ll protect the hardwood from all the building work.
geneveiveharper
geneveiveharper 3 दिन पहले
I enjoyed the musical selections in this vid- loving seeing this process in real time! Love the long videos- don't succumb to anyone asking for shorter videos. Let someone else make a recap if it's so important.
Audrey Jennings
Audrey Jennings 3 दिन पहले
I haven’t seen any insulators in any of your videos of the house so far but I do know some insulators can bring in $10,000 just for the insulator because of the age style etc. I used to collect insulators and they come in some beautiful colors the blues and the greens are usually really nice and they are glass or they are made out of like a pottery type material. If you found any you need to get them appraised because some of them are extremely valuable. Good luck I have enjoyed your videos to the max. I’m sure you know what insulators are they use them on powerlines
SGNT
SGNT 3 दिन पहले
Rent a huge dumpster and empty the place out.
d
d 3 दिन पहले
Which state and which COUNTRY is it?
the lazy fish keeper
the lazy fish keeper 3 दिन पहले
for the walls I would just use spackel and tape or if you have the funds re-plaster those sections of wall that need it. I think you should do a clean out find all that is of value then sell it" as is" there may be a house flipper that can make it liveable and still make a profit look foreward to see how it all turns out stay well
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