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Old 07-02-2012, 09:59 PM   #1
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Its been quite a while sinse I posted some job pictures and thought this was an easy way to get that done.

This website is by the Realtor. We did most of the cabinetry you will see if you care to scroll though all the pics.

http://27evergreendrive.com/
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Old 07-02-2012, 10:16 PM   #2
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And you still haven't posted any pics

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Its been quite a while sinse I posted some job pictures and thought this was an easy way to get that done.

This website is by the Realtor. We did most of the cabinetry you will see if you care to scroll though all the pics.

http://27evergreendrive.com/
Great realtor site! I already knew you were the man but what a great sales approach. I guess the commission on that one makes a little web investment worth it. Great looking work!
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I outsourced them

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Its been quite a while sinse I posted some job pictures and thought this was an easy way to get that done.

This website is by the Realtor. We did most of the cabinetry you will see if you care to scroll though all the pics.

http://27evergreendrive.com/
Great house and website. The steps to the front door look like some toe-stubbers but the rest of the house looks awesome. Is the front door white oak?
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Nice work.

Antlers is a weird centerpiece for that house ...
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Very beautiful is that somewhere outside of San Fran.
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Great house and website. The steps to the front door look like some toe-stubbers but the rest of the house looks awesome. Is the front door white oak?
Yes, rift cut white oak.
They bought the slab door and those three windows were my project.

I cut the holes on the cnc. I bought the stainless steel and had it cut on a water jet. I bought the glass from a door shop down the street and we made the stops. Our finisher did the same color finish as the cabinets.

The owner was very happy. I had all the pleasure of joy riding around town :-)

And yes it is close to San Francisco. Marin County is on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge
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Beautiful work as usual Gus.... I was surprised to see an oven on the island. Or was it just some sort of warming drawer?
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great work love the island
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Talk about OVERPRICED Market!
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Beautiful work as usual Gus.... I was surprised to see an oven on the island. Or was it just some sort of warming drawer?
That is a microwave drawer. Pretty cool option when it goes in a base cabinet

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Yeah, most people that aren't from this area have the same reaction. But Marin County has a lot of people with the means to support that. And the area is pretty darn nice with all the cool stuff close by. It is what it is and I'm glad there are plenty of people that can afford our work.
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Its been quite a while sinse I posted some job pictures and thought this was an easy way to get that done.

This website is by the Realtor. We did most of the cabinetry you will see if you care to scroll though all the pics.

http://27evergreendrive.com/
Amazing. I am a sucker for the simple clean look...
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Yeah, most people that aren't from this area have the same reaction. But Marin County has a lot of people with the means to support that. And the area is pretty darn nice with all the cool stuff close by. It is what it is and I'm glad there are plenty of people that can afford our work.
Yeah, I used to work down in Oxnard (also known as The Nard, I'm sure all puns intended) and it was crazy the market down there. Used to live in a million dollar beach house my friend built off Silver Strand...I mean, it was nice, but probably not a millions dollars nice...course their place in Montecito was absolutely a million dollars worth! Think they lived next to Oprah...amazing

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