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    Definitely higher

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    our new house (moving on friday) ended up with high ceilings due to a mistake by the bricklayers but its ended up being the best mistake ever as they look awesome

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    Definitely high ceilings.

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    It's 50/50 for me our house was built in like 1940 or something do high ceilings and wooden floors... In summer it's great hardly use the air con just a normal fan it's awesome... In winter though cannot get the place warm it's as cold inside as it is outside Some winter mornings we wake up and open all windows and doors because it's warmer outside!

    But I'm sure newer houses have much better insulation! Lol

    Oh an paintings a b*%#^!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koberose View Post
    Oh an paintings a b*%#^!!!!
    Painting is free thankfully coz DF painted this whole house before we moved in and he said never again! And I'd hate to think how much $$ it would be to pay someone


 

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