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Old 06-01-2010, 04:01 PM   #1
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Old 06-01-2010, 04:03 PM   #2
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Nice one. Hey what did you decide to use on the decks?
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Not sure if that would meet my "minimum" dollar amount for a small job...

All kidding aside, looks like a nice job! They going with the same colors? A color change would make for some nice "before & afters"!
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Nice one. Hey what did you decide to use on the decks?
The back is Azek decking and the front is Mahogany. Sikkens SRD Natural Oak.
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Not sure if that would meet my "minimum" dollar amount for a small job...

All kidding aside, looks like a nice job! They going with the same colors? A color change would make for some nice "before & afters"!
The before and afters should be extreme. They are undecided but are looking at some dark colors for the claps with black accents.
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Looking foreword to seeing them!
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Nice starter home.



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Hope you charged extra for the estimate on that one! Thats alot of estimatin!



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Har har har. Looks like a great exterior man!
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That thing looks like a small Hotel!.. Nice.
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Beautiful home, can't wait to see the finish! Bill, you ok with the lighting on this one?
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Sweet gig.
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I see you also set all of your ladders the day before starting just like I do! Trade secrets....shhhhhhhh.
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Is that two homes or a mother in law type home? Looks like two front doors and the fence in back seems to split the house. Just curious, love the style and architecture of it.
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One house.

The HO is a long time customer and he bought it last fall. We did the entire interior as well.
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Thanks, more pics? So why is there what appears to be two front doors?
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Oops, i think I get it now, there is a driveway on the other side?
And we wonder why you don't post pics more often!
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Thanks, more pics? So why is there what appears to be two front doors?
The one on the left is a formal entrance to the grand foyer. The one on the right goes into a mudroom, another staircase and the kitchen. They have indoor plumbing too!
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Ummmm........ I hope nobody here leaves ladders set-up overnight.
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