Month: March 2012

Before You Buy A Historic House

By Scott Sidler • March 19, 2012

So, you’ve decided to buy a historic house. Congratulations! Purchasing a historic house is more than just owning a beautiful piece of history. It’s a labor of love that can require a lot of work and an extra serving of […]

Timber, Balloon, or Platform Frame?

By Scott Sidler • March 6, 2012

A house’s frame is like its bones. Without a sturdy frame, your house is one gust of wind away from collapse. The most common building material used to frame a house is, no surprise, wood. It’s strong, readily available, inexpensive, […]