Another question. The present screen/storm door on the back of my ca. 1916 brick Foursquare is one of those aluminum assemblies you get at the Big Box Store. It's done its service in its time, but…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Hendrickson Oct 22, 2012.
When I was stripping the wallpaper in the living room of my ca. 1916 brick Foursquare, I felt a place or two on the chimney breast over the mantel where the paste was sticky and rather damp.Well,…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Kathy Horstman Jul 12, 2012.
Concerning my ca. 1916 Foursquare: Due to irregularities in the initial plastering of my walls and to some warping over time of the original wood trim pieces, there'll be some glaring gaps between…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Lair Tienter Mar 13, 2012.
Finally, after years of stripping, patching, sanding, and reshellacking, it looks like I'm finally going to get the interior trim back up in my circa 1915 foursquare. I took most of it down to work…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Bill Hendrickson Feb 22, 2012.