From This Old House.
Mark McCullough breaks through the Cape Ann foundation to make space for mechanicals.
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The new addition at the Cape Ann house will include a mudroom and bathroom. Because there’s no attic above, it makes sense to bring ductwork and plumbing in from existing basement mechanicals and branch off into crawl space below the rooms. Mark McCullough discusses the process of breaking through the existing stone foundation.
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