|Posted by celia hanes on June 01, 19100 at 01:05:06:|
I have a Centennial "home," 40 yrs old that is absolutely kitchen/laundry horrible (evil.) Kit on the north, laundry in the garage. My goal is to spend reasonable $ for the kitchen relocation and contain the old kitchen for laundry.
I have a covered backyard patio, 12 by 12 (part of the foundation and roof.) I think it is a potential new kitchen. Must relocate plumbing, build weather resistant walls on the north, install all kitchen stuff, and deal with a concrete poured extra slab outside of the foundation that blocks sewage re-routing.
Water resources on the north and south side of the house. Sewage ports on the south.
North side must be insulated. South exposure is superior. I live in a suburb of North Central Texas.
Can anyone give me tips? I just need to hear that it is managable. This would be really good if I do it right.
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