- Knob and tube electrical? Gotta go. Throughout the whole house.
- Creaky old floors? Gone, upstairs and down.
- 90 year old Kitchen cabinets falling off the hinges? Goodbye.
- Teeny-tiny one bathroom upstairs? See yah!
Then we need to add another bathroom, open up the kitchen and family room, and add a main-floor powder room. This takes more space and we don’t have more space. So, we add a larger addition to the plans. But the city has other ideas. They don’t like big additions. Or, they don’t want to miss out on an opportunity to make a little extra cash so they limit how big. And what we want is bigger. Therefore, we have to spend months to get their approval when we were supposed to break ground, like, next week.