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Addison Avenue Restoration: Interior
Restoring the interiors of the three Addison Avenue structures was a labor-intensive project, as attention needed to be given to the minutest detail. The mural in the Packards’ restored kitchen was ha ...
Addison Avenue Restoration: Kitchen
The house’s restored kitchen featured a stove that closely resembled the one Bill and Dave used for paint baking on Hewlett-Packard’s first oscillator panels.
Addison Avenue Restoration: Shingles
Wearing protective gear and gloves, a worker peeled decaying and crumbling shingles from the roof of Bill Hewlett’s shed. Other exterior tasks included dismantling siding and windows from both the hou ...
Addison Avenue Restoration: The Garage
Workers peeled off layers of old roofing materials by hand during the garage renovation process. The structure received a full facelift, from top to bottom.
Addison Avenue Restoration: The Shed
The frame of the restored shed began to take shape as the interior beadboard, walls and ceilings went back up.
Addison Avenue Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
Hewlett-Packard celebrated the completion of the Addison Avenue restoration project in late 2005 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The project, which lasted more than a year, included the Packards’ hous ...
Addison Avenue: A Few Modern Touches
To ensure its continued preservation, the house (originally built in 1905) got some much-needed upgrades during the 2005 renovation, including an energy efficient heater and a sprinkler system.
Addison Avenue: Back on Solid Ground
Workers carefully poured a new concrete and rebar foundation beneath the jacked-up Addison Avenue house. The new base would protect the house for generations to come.
Addison Avenue: House Gets a Lift
A heavy-duty hydraulic jack lifted a section of the Addison Avenue house during the restoration project. Crews worked to hoist the house a full four feet off the ground to prepare for a new foundation ...
Addison Avenue: House Under Wraps
After the Addison Avenue house was put on a new foundation, the entire building was wrapped in scaffolding to allow the construction crew to work on hard-to-reach parts of the house.