Ideas from Ed: I'm floored!
Folks, if you’re working on a true historic house, then this article isn’t for you. However, if you need to install a quick, easy, and functional floor covering, this may interest you.
Ideas from Ed: The Hole in the Wall
I remember, while growing up, fighting with my sister about which of us was to put away an ironing board.
Ideas From Ed: The Small Wall
This was a rather interesting project undertaken with the help of my son. I don’t have any real good “before” pictures,
but you might be able to see a few things in the picture below.
Enjoy a slideshow of the Grell House through its restorations beginning in 1970 until today.
Ideas from Ed: Fido says "Roof, Roof!"
Everyone understands that a shingled roof won’t last forever, and most folks know that often a 2nd roof can be installed over the first one. (You shouldn’t put more than 2 layers of shingles on, however, because the weight is tremendous, and most building codes won’t allow it!)
LCPP is committed to educating and assisting the community in the preservation and promotion of the history, architecture, and economic prosperity of Lawrence County.
Per founding member and President Joseph Goodge, the objectives of LCPP include preserving historic landmarks and architecture, promoting the economic value and importance of Lawrence County’s history, enhancing and improving the image of the county, and recognizing individuals, businesses and municipalities for their efforts to preserve the history, architecture and character of the county.
By donating to the Lawrence County Partners for Preservation, you are assisting us with securing a structure to operate within. Our goal is to renovate and occupy a historic building to shine as a beacon from which historic preservation is assisted and encouraged.