Historic homes

When I started doing house flipping I had a lot to learn.  I had done multiple condo renovations in the past, but there was still a large learning curve that I would have to overcome.  The fourth house I ever flipped was an old historic home that was built in the 1700’s. No one had lived in it for about 10 years, so it was filled with mold and mildew.   The first things I had to do was have it professionally cleaned, and I researched ways to prevent this from happening again. There seemed to be a general consensus that I needed to purchase a dehumidifier. This would keep excess moisture out of the air so that the mold doesn’t become an issue again in the future. This was a good lesson for me to learn early on because I have taken on a lot of historic homes since that project. I always double check to make sure that the air conditioning system is functioning properly and that there is not excess moisture build up is really crucial when really working on an older home. This has kept me from having to go back and do even more repairs later on in my renovation process. I feel as though I have a good handle on things and on how to do a good house flip. I’m able to complete about 3 a year, and I may even be growing my company soon. I love my work! I am always learning new things. I don’t suppose what I’d do if I had to go back to a regular job. House flipping is my passion.

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