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How To Build A Small Pond with Bog Filter
How To Install Low Voltage Landscape Lighting
We Loved These Houses - And You Will Too!
LONG TERM LIVE-IN FIX AND FLIP!
This one in Las Vegas took a little longer than the others because we were living in it!
AN EAST AUSTIN REHAB SUCCESS STORY!
This was my first rehab project! I partnered with RECORP LC and we did most of the work ourselves! Watch the before and after pics and keep in mind we only spent $14,300!
A GREAT LITTLE REHAB IN MANOR, TX
Built in 2006 this 1036 sq/ft home was a nice straightforward "lipstick" project. New wood laminate floors, lighting fixtures, tile and of course paint! Finished in 2 1/2 weeks for around $6,500.
ANOTHER EAST AUSTIN REHAB SUCCESS STORY!
This one was a little bigger than the last one and had some minor structural damage, but we took it from its vandalized foreclosed state to the final diamond in the rough that it became in 96 days for under $33,000 in repairs.
MY FIRST 2 STOREY REHAB!
We actually reduced the square footage on this one! I love the fence and back stone patio and the door handles! Great views from the upper floor.
We Learn As We Go....Follow Along!
BE EARTH FRIENDLY WHILE RENOVATING
Follow me as I go to my City's local dump and metal scrap yard and get paid for iron, aluminum and tin!
RENOS WHILE ON VACATION
It's great when you come back from a holiday and your partner has been busy finishing projects!
Oh, and Did We Mention We Love Chickens?
Keeping backyard poultry is fun, educational, good for the environment and provides you with an excellent food source. We have been keeping urban chickens for almost 5 years. We raise them for their eggs. Feel free to email me with any of your questions!
MY FAVORITE LITTLE DITTY ABOUT HUGGING YOUR CHICKEN?
A FUNKY CHICKEN COOP IN SOUTHEAST AUSTIN
This Video is a few years old as we have expanded and have added another structure we call the "Bunkie" but you get the idea of what's possible in your backyard! Pet's that feed you! Brilliant!
But not spillage and waste proof! We have a hen who loves picking through and most of the food lands on the ground...
How To Make a Chicken Feeder