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You'd be amazed at some of the wacky house-related ordinances still on the books around the country
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TOH reader Mary Kayaselcuk commiserates with our editor on the heartache of fixing up an old house
No matter how small the animal, you can think very big when creating a home for a pet
Dogs never had it so good
An egg cuber, a Star Wars pizza cutter, and other quirky gadgets you never knew you always wanted
A toilet for two, a tattoo for your tiles, and a sink that costs twice as much as your bathroom renovation.
Sure, they're odd, but these products are also handy in the garden
These wacky pet products reduce pet-parenting responsibilities, freeing you up to be full-time cuddler
Greening a roof, cats in the belfry, and a mouse in a sump pump—more wacky discoveries made by house inspectors, courtesy of the ASHI Reporter
Icicles in the basement, bats in the drain, and vines up the chimney
Jury-rigged toilets, improvised ductwork, and sawed-out rafters
Leaking roofs, crazy chimneys, and–of course–wild animal