Inspectors are on the case of how “P.G. Remodels” are made.
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Six months ago, on the day that city inspectors found the remains of the historic house in a Dumpster on the front lawn, a stop-work order was imposed on the building project.
Several walls were supposed to be saved for a use in a larger replica of the shingled home, a design that won a historic preservation permit from the city. But after finding dry rot and termites in December, March decided to tear everything down and start a new.