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Old 06-20-2018, 04:54 PM   #21
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C.L.P. - at least you got the call for assessment !!
if you can remember, drop by in 6 months or so
to see how the project went and follow up with some photos.
I for one, would love to see what direction they decided to go with.
and also if it is indeed one solid panel with no seams.
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Old 06-22-2018, 03:34 PM   #22
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Oh,well
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Everything ya'll provided was passed to the interested owner.
I also informed him doing metallics is no walk in the park....to get a super qualified person if that comes up later.
that's the main reason I turned it down......i don't have experience with the stuff. Maybe I'll try it out when I have some extra $$ to experiment at home...no way I'm experimenting on historic restoration!
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Old 06-23-2018, 01:42 PM   #24
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Funny thing about historic restoration is, depending where you are, the protocol varies. You could ‘pretty much’ do as you like, even if George Washington slept there.
Source- my daughter makes her living as an architectural historian.

‘Restoring’ architecture is rarely in the budget.
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