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what's the plan for the notched floor joist???
yes they will be beefed up from now before sub-floor and more from bottom while ceiling is open.
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Just out of curiosity, are they still calling for 4" toilet/main stacks where you are?
yes 4" main 3" from
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leveling off entire floor, was out about 3/8" to 1/2" in center, not bad for 114 years old.
also time to install new windows, exterior of house has 1+" thick shiplap, then wood siding then parging then stucco so pretty thick walls......while I'm changing all the windows I am also changing many of the original sizes and orientation. This little diamond blade on my grinder made this task quite simple. (after 13 windows rough cut in and also trimmed for brick mold this cuts like new still).
you can see how went from vertical to horizontal on some of the windows. Not going to bore you with any of the electrical installation pics it was straight forward so on to insulation and vapour barrier. Then 18" of blown in insulation in the attic for an R60. 35 bags went in pretty quick, built a square box 20" tall around access to fill it entirely without the blown in stuff falling out of the attic. Will fill the hole with batted insulation when finished
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Yeah, the notched joist caught my attention too. Definitely needs some added support or you're going to develop some serious squeeks during it's second century.

What an awesome project. Looking forward to seeing more.

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figured the ceiling on the main floor had to be leveled off like the top floor so here is the ceiling all leveled off with new drywall, oh and may as well post a pic of the new staircase as well, little guy approves . see my home made bakers Scaffolding...comes in handy... Entertainment wall along side of stairs with all wires hidden.
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Appreciate the progressive reports on a major rebuild. Keep em coming.
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drywall time, little trick to keep angled walls nice and straight
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Ahh, wooden lathe, and horsehair plaster. I donít miss working with them. On the other hand Iím betting you have a pretty solid structure.

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Ahh, wooden lathe, and horsehair plaster. I donít miss working with them. On the other hand Iím betting you have a pretty solid structure.
oh for sure the house is now lathe and plaster free......many trailer full loads of it taken out for awhile seemed like it would never end......
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Progress in real time?!? Man, you guys are smokin'! How many guys are on site?
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