I really have made some progress on the remodel of my front porch on my 1930s bungalow style house in New Gretna, NJ. I removed all the old tongue & groove yellow pine flooring that had a lot of chipping white paint. I saved all of the wood that I removed for future framing work. The floor joists were reinforced and new supports were put in to support the outside walls since they were built on the old floors. The reclaimed western red cedar that I salvaged and put down looks great! Now all that I need to do is clean and stain the wood then finish remodeling the stairs and landing pad that leads up to my porch.
http://reclaimednj.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/20120909-223730.jpg 1024 1024 Ben Wurst http://reclaimednj.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Main-logo-full.png Ben Wurst2012-09-09 22:39:552012-09-10 09:25:21Making Progress: reclaimed cedar porch