After several weeks of asbestos and lead removal its time to start rebuilding the interior of our project. Kevin finds Tommy ready to lay subflooring in what will become the new dining room.
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A huge piece of ledge is in the way of our new garage. Charlie and Jenn discuss the process for breaking it up with a hydraulic hammer. Kevin takes a tour of Cape Ann and learns about the industries that form the backbone of the community: granite quarries, fishing and artist colonies. The ledge under the addition is extensive. After several days of hammering, Charlie has decided to pin the footings for the mudroom and garage to the rock. Tommy gives him a hand drilling rock for rebar and scribing the forms. Changes to the back of the house cause a need to move the door from the front hall to a new family room. Kevin finds Tommy reframing for the new opening.
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