We’d love it if we all had unlimited funds to restore our old houses. But since most of us don’t, we’ve got to go with Plan B: Get creative, and make every dollar count. And sometimes that’s not such a bad thing—as one of our contributors once pointed out, an unlimited cash flow could lead to over-renovation.
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With all the buzz these days around cutting-edge “green” construction, it’s easy to forget that preserving old houses is one of the best ways to go green. There’s a reason why “reuse” is one of the key tenets of sustainable living—the energy and materials saved by restoring and repairing an old house, rather than tearing it down and starting over, are monumental.