Renovating our home in Birmingham

My spouse and I moved to Birmingham, Alabama, right after we graduated from university… We had legitimately little cash to invest into purchasing a home however didn’t want to rent, and after touring the many neighborhoods, we were cheerful to find an affordable home in Highland Park! Located right near downtown Birmingham, the area offers amix of historic homes, home buildings and small businesses.

  • We were able to afford the home because it had been left vacant for quite some time and need a enjoyable deal of renovation, then fixing up the apartment has taken us quite a few years.

We began with the most pressing issues, such as a current roof and bringing the electrical system up to code. We’ve installed current windows and exterior doors, sanded and refinished the hardwood floors and eventually managed to remodel both bathrooms, however it took us quite a while to save up the cash to upgrade the entryway. I was cheerful to update the ancient refrigerator, stove, linoleum floor, warped cupboards and formica countertops. We’ve gradually torn down all of the walls and ceilings throughout the house, added insulation and installed current drywall, outlets and light fixtures, this allowed us to access the ductwork, which was a mess. Whoever designed the original duct system created all sorts of sharp bends that restric airflow. There were also holes, leaks at the seams and a tremendous amount of grime builtup inside the pipes. We hired a local Birmingham Heating plus A/C professional to entirely remove the old ductwork and design a more energy efficient alternative. We took out a loan to afford a high-efficiency boiler and air conditioner that effectively handle the demands of local weather. With hot and cold temperatures in Birmingman dropping into the thirties and climbing into the nineties, heating and cooling is important to comfort.

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