The campaign aims to help a family achieve their dreams of moving out of their current home
A new crowdfunding campaign has been launched to renovate a 200-year-old woodend blockhouse. The campaign aims to raise $25,000 and has been set up by Carl-Philip Hänsch on the Indiegogo platform.
Carl-Philip Hänsch set up the campaign so they could renovate the wooden blockhouse and move out of their current property, which is a flat inside a concreate panel building. The married father of one explained that his wife struggles to climb the stairs to the floor with their flat on.
“I want to make a better life for my wife instead of having to live in a tony flat where she has to climb a large number of stairs when she returns home.”
Carl-Philip has found a 200-year-old wooden blockhouse but it needs a great deal of work to it to make it liveable.
The work that needs doing includes:
· Insert new windows
· repair some clay plaster on the facade
· add some environment-friendly thermal insulation under the floor (which is raw earth in the moment)
· in this step also add underfloor heating
· modernize electricity
· modernize water pipes and toilet (earth closet)
For those that support the campaign there are many rewards on offer, including one weeks holiday, and a weekend trip.
For more details about the new crowdfunding campaign please visit https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/renovate-a-200-year-old-wooden-blockhouse#/
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