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Old 08-29-2011, 10:57 PM   #41
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Isn't copper bad to eat off of. It looks great though.
No, it is supposed to be good. It is naturally antimicrobial.
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Old 08-29-2011, 11:08 PM   #42
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No, it is supposed to be good. It is naturally antimicrobial.
Ok, good to know. I guess it makes sense since all of our water runs through it.
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Old 08-30-2011, 07:57 PM   #43
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This is a covered porch we did over the last month. The deck was cut and hand dug for the monolithic slab/ foundation. After we started the cedar work the owner decided to redo the decking. It's going to be Brazilian teak.
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Isn't copper bad to eat off of. It looks great though.
I don't generally eat out of the sink.
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We've been working on this shower this past week. We also did the floor. Monday I go back to hang crown and install base and doors.
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These pics may be better. Crappy camera phone.
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I don't generally eat out of the sink.
Sure ya don't shane but you soak your dishes in it.
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This is a covered porch we did over the last month. The deck was cut and hand dug for the monolithic slab/ foundation. After we started the cedar work the owner decided to redo the decking. It's going to be Brazilian teak.
That's awsome! Fine job. That thing looks expensive.
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This is my 48" stone medallion made from scraps from various high end jobs set on custom massive cedar picnic table that I constructed Lincoln log style so far I got 20 bucks in it but looking for good deal on clear epoxy
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Small job...
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Resta, you rock man, great work as always.
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Kinda hard to tell, but got the soffit and siding done and the fascia painted on this gable




It used to look like this.
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dam chrisklee, that is awesome i wish i had rich people closer, oh wait i already pay too much for taxes maybe i don't hahaha

very cool none the less,
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I love seeing such quality work. :rolls eyes:
Seriously can't believe the **** some people do.

The pict is the footing of a house I'm doing a bathroom in. They have 2x4s holding up the footing. which of coarse were rotten like crazy. And completely gone in some places.

Also the form work I did to correct it. Scary part is the rest of the house is still like that. Client doesn't want to spend the money to fix it all right now.
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yea for every one nice job i do i have a 100 crappy ones to do ,,,,,i guess it makes me appreciate it more hahahaha
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On our way up. Finally sun came out today.
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A design/build in the country I just got final inspection on.
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A kitchen remodel on Lake Wash.
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Doing a very large deck job now... i'll post pics as soon as I can remember to grab my camera

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