Total Renovation - Maine Rental Cottage - Fine Homebuilding
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Total Renovation - Maine Rental Cottage

comments (1) January 24th, 2011 in Project Gallery
HandymanKeith HandymanKeith, member

This is the before photo of the cottage or camp that we converted into a rental cottage.
The wall sill plates were sitting on the ground and rotting away. It needed a lot of work.
This is the after photo of the completed rental cottage.
This transformation still amazes me to this day.
This is the before photo of the cottage or camp that we converted into a rental cottage.
The wall sill plates were sitting on the ground and rotting away. It needed a lot of work.Click To Enlarge

This is the before photo of the cottage or camp that we converted into a rental cottage.

The wall sill plates were sitting on the ground and rotting away. It needed a lot of work.


Tripp's Handyman Service and partners put a lot of work into this project of converting a camp that was about to implode on itself and transforming it into this beautiful Maine rental cottage.

Existing structure was lifted and a full basement foundation was put under it. Jewett Builders Inc in Pittston, ME did the lifting, sill replacement and foundation work, They did an excellent job. 

You can find out more about this rental property at www.dreamcornerproperties.com


Design or Plan used: My own design - Richmond Maine Rental Cottage
posted in: Project Gallery, remodeling, restorations, additions, renovation, construction, vacation, dream corner properties, richmond me, maine lake front cottage, total restoration, maine rental cottage

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