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The rest will collapse on its own

June 3rd, 2018

I haven’t really seen this round here before. But it’s becoming a fashion: demolishing a house the DIY way.

This house was neither dilipidated nor damaged. The owners had a sawmill once, and you can still see this by the solid wooden structure. However, the historic home has to go. Property developers want to replace it by a profitable private residence project – a trend even in small towns nowadays.

To save money, DIY tactics are applied here. A team of builders who don’t mind getting their hands dirty install temporary fencing, knock out walls, and sooner or later the rest will collapse on its own.

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