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Old Houses: Pre-1900

Share successes, pinpoint puzzling problems, detail delightful design, even tell a ghost story or three about your pre-1900 house. View Discussions

Slate Roof Repair 2 Replies

Started by Susan Scofield. Last reply by Susan Scofield Mar 14.

Old Houses: 1900-1945

Weigh in with restoration tips and questions, how-to projects, frustrating problems, and sterling success stories about the dazzling array of American house styles from the first half of the 20th century. View Discussions

Old kitchen sink advice? 6 Replies

Started by Kaitlyn E.. Last reply by Michael Cozad yesterday.

matching late 1920's moulding 7 Replies

Started by John. Last reply by John Mar 13.

Old Houses: Post-World War II

Ranch houses, split-levels, and other styles that blossomed at the mid-point of the 20th century are now historic in their own right. Share thoughts about newer houses from one of the most industrious periods in American history. View Discussions

Remuddling 6 Replies

Started by Amanda Stroud. Last reply by Amanda Stroud Jul 13, 2016.

Cork floor repair 3 Replies

Started by Celia Oxley. Last reply by Celia Oxley Aug 31, 2015.

Old House How-To

Interested minds want to know! Share your best tips, tools, and techniques about the challenging task of restoring, renovating, or remodeling an old house. View Discussions

Repair Porch Column 11 Replies

Started by Mark Myers. Last reply by John Leeke Jan 31.

Broken Mortise Lock case 21 Replies

Started by Mike Viselli. Last reply by Mike Viselli Oct 19, 2016.

Old-House Products

Use this room to ask questions and share discoveries about historically appropriate building materials and products meant for period homes of every kind. View Discussions

congoleum linoleum rug 1 Reply

Started by donna vomacka. Last reply by Jodi Aug 3, 2016.

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