Sunday, February 26, 2012

White House Chimney Removal and Roof Repair

Since we are planning a new heating system for the white rental house, we decided to take down the chimney and remove the wood stove. Here, Frank is starting the dismantle.

First blocks off showing the flue liner.

We had to get it down below roof level so we could cover with tarp for the night of rain.

On Thursday we framed the hole and covered with plywood, then put down new paper and shingles.




Notice it has gotten dark just as we finished.

Then we went inside and began removing the blocks and liners there. Quite a mess but glad to be progressing.




7 comments:

Karen said...

that is so cool! lots accomplished! i assume that's the same flue that was used by nanny's old oil furnace too? will be interesting to see all the projects as you do them! love, k

affectioknit said...

That is a lot of work! I love seeing pictures of Nanny's house...

Love,

T

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William Gulliver said...

You guys did a great job fixing your roof and removing the stove. Those are some DIY skills you have there. Have you considered calling experts to do it for you? I mean, there are times when you want to be sure that the roof's going to be all okay, right?

-> William Gulliver

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Unknown said...

You guys are good at doing these DIY house repairs. I had our roofing done by some contractors because my husband is not the handyman type of guy, but I guess I’d prefer that experts do it too.

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Elizabeth said...

That’s some great work! It looks like a tough job. Usually I just hire pros to do all those repairs for me to make sure that everything is done right.

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