Like peeling through layers of history. This Bangor farmhouse was built in the early 1800s, then added onto and converted into a two family home sometime around World War One. It then became a rental property and fell into disrepair. When our customers bought it, the home was abandoned. The inside had sunk 10 inches because of an old renovation that cut through the main beam, walls were removed, and floors were cut up, it was in danger of falling down. We couldn’t let that happen, we constructed a modern day post and beam structure inside to support both sides of the home. Once the house was secure, we started on a 2-story addition. As I write this, we are under roof, so check out Facebook for some updates.