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Alan J. Heavens

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Alan J. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for the last 14 years. A veteran of 35 years as a reporter, he holds B.A. and M.A. degrees in history.

Heavens cannot make recommendations about contractors, Realtors, mortgage services or neighborhoods.

Question: Our 1920s Colonial has a stone foundation with some sort of cement coating on the interior. Much of the coating has flaked off, exposing the mortar joints, which are disintegrating.
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'This place should be on the cover of Better Homes & Garbage." I forget whose joke that is. It might have been a comedian, or maybe someone who visited an apartment in White Plains, N.Y., that I shared with a sloppy roommate in the mid-1970s. But every time I see the cover of Better Homes & Gardens magazine, it comes to mind.

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