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Old 08-23-2019, 03:17 PM   #761
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got it put all back together
just waiting on some special order siding to match what's there

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Old 08-23-2019, 07:42 PM   #762
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Demo'd old lime stone capping that was cracked and walls built out with stucco and siding to the point the walls were wider / same as old stone. Installed Dead level 3/4" PVC as substrate. Metal drip edge to outer permiter. Boral 1*2 to inner permiter to hide pvc visibility and give a good clean look. Ordered new lime stone with drip edge. Used sikaflex Stone/ hardscape adhesive to attached stone to PVC. Filled in joints with sikaflex sealant. Built a Deck above this lower deck last yr.

Came out like a carpenters dream.." Flat as a board"


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Got pics back from the client. The plumber and others got finished up in the bath. My vanity has been adorned with a countertop, sink and faucet.

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Black is beautiful,,, yet we just tossed this stone in the roll off.
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Nice looking piece Leo.

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Just some simple window trim outs.

Was orginally drywall returns.

Premade and sprayed in the shop.

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Nice looking piece Leo.

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The wife is very pleased with it and said she has more projects for me to do. Then the husband got on her phone and informed me that she isn't allowed to talk with me anymore. To which I replied "I can't here you"

We've been doing business for a while and we can joke like that, I think
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Just some simple window trim outs.

Was orginally drywall returns.

Premade and sprayed in the shop.

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Drywall returns always look like they are missing something. I'm sure that looks 100% better than it did before.
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Drywall returns always look like they are missing something. I'm sure that looks 100% better than it did before.
Did the 31 windows in the home. Gives the home an entirely differnt look/feel.

Posted these corners because they were the most "fun".

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Fun indeed. " * "
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The wife is very pleased with it and said she has more projects for me to do. Then the husband got on her phone and informed me that she isn't allowed to talk with me anymore. To which I replied "I can't here you"

We've been doing business for a while and we can joke like that, I think
The husband is delusional, he thinks his wife is going to listen to him.....

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He's getting an entirely new bathroom because she wanted it. And when she wants something else to be built I'll be on the list.
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He's getting an entirely new bathroom because she wanted it. And when she wants something else to be built I'll be on the list.
Which list;

Her;

I love this guy list

or his

Sh!t list

or both......

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I built their kitchen, a double hutch with a window seat, a huge wine rack, filled in a door and put a built in hutch with drawers and a couple of other small projects.

I'll be back.
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I built their kitchen, a double hutch with a window seat, a huge wine rack, filled in a door and put a built in hutch with drawers and a couple of other small projects.

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In your best Arnold voice?

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Best one I got.
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Got a call on Friday. Painter decided he couldn't achive the finish desired.

The second photo shows the color of the other WO cabinets that need to be refinished.

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Just wrapped this up today. 2- level step up 1/ rise between tile and IPE. Base board trim going I'm on wed. Wall have too many waves/ gaps to clean enough. Will use boral 2x painted to match walls.

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