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Old 05-23-2014, 08:13 PM   #61
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Re: 42" Entrance Door..manufacturer?


little late......,,,sorry, been VERY busy.....

Anyways,,,,

My apologies,,,,

Here is the entrance door...





Going back in to bust out the tile in the foyer.....later this year,,,
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Old 05-24-2014, 11:27 AM   #62
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Like this one.....
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Well now......!

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When you're talking 5 figures for a door, it's not gonna be laminated and veneered. If it's made well to start, and properly maintained (usually where the failure happens) during its lifetime, then a solid wood door can last upwards of 20+ years. The problem is that a lot of people that spend the money for a door like this up front just want the prestigious entrance, but don't spend the paltry amount of money and time required to maintain a door like this after it's installed. Depending on weather conditions, and shelter, a solid wood door should be re-sealed every year to two years, but that never happens in this day and age, thus the boom of fiberglass and steel doors that have lifetime warranties and only need finishing every 5 years or more.
Was called to a house where homeowner went behind builders back...ordered custom mahogany with glass panel inserts builder said he didn't have anyone that could drill set of 3 5k+ dollar doors. The had already painted the ones on back with latex brush strokes up an down them. Doors were stuck shut. Huh we were wtf door had swelled. Well how could this be? Got the ladder out checked the top no paint...builder says they don't paint tops of doors...so sander an planer time? Well now when the door dries gonna have a gap...
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Well now......!

Let me help you.....Some constructive criticisms,

Your not going to last to much longer with that behavior here......



I wish we had a section for new members to get them acclimated on how to become a respectful member of the community....



hopefully you will make a complete turn around and revive yourself to becoming less adolescent.......


I told you not to shoot your mouth off.... keep it up......you'll see the results......


Hopefully you will get it.......
I must have missed it but who was that in reference to Brian?

Looks good too btw

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I must have missed it but who was that in reference to Brian?
Gaboy... he got moderated. He's seeming a bit nicer now after his first couple days here...

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