I'd like to say a big THANKS to the two fellows who have helped so much in the kitchen. They put up beadboard and did sundry other tasks. Thanks again, Josh and Josh. You two are a blessing to this ole gal!
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For more before photos click on this link. Be warned, it's not a pretty sight! http://s669.photobucket.com/albums/vv54/StephanieBoles/Farmhouse%20Remodel/
Hire a cleaning crew. Allowing a crew to do the dirty work is less frustrating than trying to clean out a hoarder house as a family project.
Do any research necessary to project before the day's work. This way you won't have to stop working to dash home and check 'YouTube' how-to videos.
If you feel frustrated walk away from the project and get some fresh air. You'll come back feeling less troubled about the mess you're dealing with.
As we progress, I'll add carpentry lessons learned and the like.
Author of the Called to His Purpose series