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Old 03-15-2019, 09:56 PM   #11361
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Old 03-15-2019, 09:57 PM   #11362
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Nice work. Good to see that light.
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Nice work. Good to see that light.
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How about this light

In the basement kitchen there are 2 lights buried above cabinets. I don't think people here check plans and layouts.

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Big crown can frustrate the electricians. Especially when they are use to simple Euro cabinets.

Just had a job that felt like forever. Small job though, lots of details.
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This builder has used this crown for about 5 years. Honestly--I hate it.

Started this job early September of last year.

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Cabinets look great Tom.
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How about this light

In the basement kitchen there are 2 lights buried above cabinets. I don't think people here check plans and layouts.

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people EVERYWHERE don't/can't read plans....

can be most aggravating.....

nice work on your part...
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This builder has used this crown for about 5 years. Honestly--I hate it.

Started this job early September of last year.

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Why are you hating on the crown?
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The crown/cove style is fine it’s just one size too big. IMO.
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Why are you hating on the crown?
To large, does not fit the style of the cabinets.

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Quaint little porch we finished.


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Every home should have a nice front porch like that one.

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Kitchen, bathroom guys.. a GC here and there... majority are hacks just hacking it up.
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Another spray, another dollar....

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A question was asked about putting handles on the doors at the end of the dresser. The person thought they were false doors.
Behind those doors is a 6" deep jewelry cabinet. The drawer faces were extended to create the illusion of full width drawers. I don't have pictures how it was accomplished on the dressers, but did the same on an island we'll be installing this week. Pics attached.

The recess was created to place dog bowls in that area.

Finish is Kem Aqua + color matched to SW Iron Ore.

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