Episode 34: Remodeling Cottages, Kitchens, Baths, and More
Brian, Rob, and Justin talk about restoring an 1850s cottage, house flipping, kitchen remodeling, light fixtures, and factors in trim quality.
In this episode, host Justin Fink, Rob Yagid, and Brian Pontolilo discuss exploring and renovating a 19th-century New England cottage-stye house that’s in pretty deep disrepair. The guys also talk about the business budget and logic of house flipping, kitchen remodeling, light fixtures, and factors in trim quality. They even start to go into climate change. The show is driven by our listeners, so please subscribe and rate us on iTunes or Google Play, and if you have any questions you would like us to dig into for a future show, shoot an email our way: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also, be sure to follow Justin Fink, Rob Yagid, and Fine Homebuilding on Instagram, and like the magazine on Facebook.
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LINKS AND MORE FOR THIS EPISODE
- A Cottage Reclaimed
- Island Beach Cottage
- Taking Action on Climate Change
- Green Building in the Trump Era (GBA members only)
- Gary Stiegler’s article: A Simple Approach to Paneled Wainscot.
Photos of the cottage mentioned in the podcast. (Click to embiggen.)