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Old 09-28-2016, 04:52 PM   #1
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This was our largest exterior of the season. Took almost 8 weeks and around 1150 hours. Lots of standard prep plus a good bit of glazing and epoxy. The trim got Mad dog primer and 3 coats (color change, 2 didn't hide no matter how nice it was layed on) of Aura in Simply White. The shutters were removed. They were rough and required screws, L-brackets and ART epoxy depending on condition. They were sprayed with BM 046 and 2 coats of Aura in Nicholson Green. Also had a blacksmith make replica hinges for the ones that had been replaced with door hinges. The back sunroom was in the worst shape. All the sliders were rotted at the bottom. I contracted a cabinet maker we paint for to make new bottom rails and then rebuilt the corners with epoxy. This took a LOT of work (and head scratching) but it was a great success and saved the HO big $$ as compared to replacement.

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Lots of epoxy, every door frame
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Beautiful! Nice job on the epoxy, too!! Bet it feels great to be done with it!!!!!!
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Awesome. Looks like a horrible place to have had to spend all of that time ;-)
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Beautiful! Nice job on the epoxy, too!! Bet it feels great to be done with it!!!!!!
Thanks LPC! As much as I like a change of location this one I could of stayed at for a long time. Great HO's and a house surrounded by woods. In 12 years they were the best customers ever! Friendly, helpful, patient and she would bring the crew food. Can't beat that!
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Awesome. Looks like a horrible place to have had to spend all of that time ;-)
Absolutely dreadful, let me tell you. ;-)
I scheduled it for July-August because of location. Only about 15% of the house ever sees sun. Those big trees made it feel 10 deg. cooler when we had that month of 90+ temps.
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