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Old 09-17-2011, 02:52 AM   #61
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Very nice work, u get a good idea by they way they cut the faucet, again looks good
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Old 09-17-2011, 10:42 PM   #62
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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
Clear Epoxy OVER the tiles? Why?
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That's the same star pattern on the picnic table as the foyer floor of the cia building. I think its a conspiracy....
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Almost got this one wrapped up, just the dreaded dormers to do.

before:



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New blinds
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Is that what you do blinds, curtains and other ornamental window treatments?
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I don't care for roll up blinds but the pattern is not bad is that a small yellow bird or chick in the bottom right
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Poring concrete for a workshop on friday.








some framing we did last week



And this is for my self, workshop and some storage room for my tools
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started and finished yesterday sept 20 ,2011
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My latest bathroom. Just a quick cheap one here. But I just gutted the clients main bath. Now we get to spend some money.
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Poring concrete for a workshop on friday.








some framing we did last week



And this is for my self, workshop and some storage room for my tools
Can you go into some detail on that? looks interesting

what is the red material? did you trim windows out first over tar-paper? Interesting build.
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Can you go into some detail on that? looks interesting

what is the red material? did you trim windows out first over tar-paper? Interesting build.

I'm gonna take a guess here that red material is some sort of corrugated metal and the "trim" on the windows was just furring as it seems that he furred out the whole wall.

Just guessing though, I too would like to know more about the project.
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on the black building is it just 11 mm asfalt plates who works as a windbraker. 2"x2" to nail the wood cover to. ( if it's called that in englisk.) and the red building it not metal on the walls but wood there to. and the window trim has not been done yet.

This is how the wall looks up close:







And got on some roof today, the truck came late so didn't get so much done as I hoped.

The tops og the roof has to be put on later





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Boring plaster work...to match original...
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And a little one..
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Installed the bar I built. The pics are crappy, the lights were not hooked up yet.
Also covered the walls 5' high with mdf and added ogee trim square and window stool top cap to dress them up a bit.
Going back to get better pics next week.
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Is that what you do blinds, curtains and other ornamental window treatments?
Leo I'm sorry for for the late reply as I'm new on this app but yes that's all what we do blinds and shutters but our specialties is the shutters installation (all kinds) rolling shutters and interior shutters.
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And a little one..
Resta-Beautiful stuff there. I love the old homes with all the trimmings.

Question-What do you do about the gaps due to a slightly uneven ceiling? Plaster obviously doesn't bend much...

btw-I've looked at the ruins of detroit website and they show a lot of empty buildings with ornamental stuff like you do stolen from them. Must be a good market for that stuff as it's hard to find today.

Hell, it seems no one does smooth plaster ceilings anymore let alone decorative stuff.

Once again. Nice work!

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Resta-Beautiful stuff there. I love the old homes with all the trimmings.

Question-What do you do about the gaps due to a slightly uneven ceiling? Plaster obviously doesn't bend much...
Add more plaster? like caulking..just a guess..

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