Complete system to air dry shower stalls using blasted air thru a series of nozzles integrated into the ceiling of the shower stall.
No more clammy bathroom. No more wet follow up showers.
A bland and damaged surround is remade with a period tile installation—and the fireplace becomes a stylish focal point.
This historic Pittsburgh house was built in 1947. WIth its window wall and open plan, it lives large at just 1170 square feet.
By getting creative with your shingling you can add flare and character to your house.
A two-story portico is the only embellishment on this sturdy brick I-house, which, although long neglected, escaped modernization.
It’s a rage in today’s construction: master bedroom and bath as a suite. Here’s how to do it, with period details, in a vintage house.