Great House, but what I really love is the 50 or so Walmart ads that pop up almost over every photograph. Way to go AT, It's good for your economy to have all those impressions popping up directly over the images we are trying to look at.
Jason & John's Hyper Saturated Home, Part 1 House Tour | Apartment Therapy New York
|2/18/10 07:56 AM|
I live in a cement block house and I know what you are talking about. The walls are freezing to the touch. I insulated the roof to R41 and the floors to R-30. The walls I found nothing could be done. If dry wall was put over them with insulation behind it mold would grow. So this very hour I am upgrading the furnance and a/c to make up the difference. A HVAC unit has to be properly sized for R values in a home by a proffessional. By the way your home will be hotter than Hell in the summer as the cement will soak up all that warm summer sun for you. Your landlord needs to pay for all these improvements. I did the rug thing on the floors that many have suggested, my feet still froze. I would give the landlord a call first and then the NYC inspector and you would surprised the landlord fixes everything or you would be released from the lease.
Staying Warm in a Concrete & Cement Building? Good Questions | Apartment Therapy New York
|1/7/10 01:36 PM|
I have to say Pet Portraits are a wonderful thing. Even if it isn't your dog, I know people love to collect them. One artist I know has made a pretty good living from dog portraits, www.michaelsteddum.com
Apartment Therapy DC | Pet Portraits
|8/1/09 07:35 AM|