This picture shows the siding, joists, studs and decking of what was once 301 Monroe, now all denailed, neatly stacked and ready to go live another life.
All the parts ready to go, and the last bits of the foundation being broken up. It is amazing how much can be salvaged and reused with careful deconstruction. Even the blown-in insulation was taken away in bags!
Here are the rest of the house bits stacked up against the cottage – doors, cabinets, shelves, windows bathroom fixtures all ready to be picked up by Habitat for Humanity
There isn’t much left when the house has been deconstructed. We were very impressed with how little even marginally useful stuff was left over.
https://www.301monroe.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/wood_2.jpg8361280Catherine Mohrhttps://www.301monroe.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/logo-3.pngCatherine Mohr2009-04-25 18:35:232019-07-17 10:21:50A house reduced to its wood