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Old 09-04-2011, 03:17 AM   #76
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Two and a half years, new shingles, eaves, siding, soffits, facia, shrubs gone, new front entrance and deck, both front and rear exterior lighting, new triple pane with all the toys windows (not in the pics), weeping system under rear deck with sump (low spot in the yard), 7 yards of pea gravel around the house, and just finishing the rear cedar deck (waiting for it to dry after rain so we can start staining).

I think I need a holiday! lol!!
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Old 09-04-2011, 06:00 PM   #77
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Over the not-quite two years we've owned this house, we had:

the back patio structure replaced -before


After


Had the wood deck on the left taken out and replaced with concrete



Had the other wood deck removed


and the area sodded (before I got that brick path out of there)



We built a boulder out of broken bricks and concrete from the former path around wood deck



Had the pony wall between kitchen/dining removed, and the half facing living room built up and made into an arched wall to separate the rooms





Numerous other smaller projects (I painted the entire interior, had garage interior finished, french drains installed, house levelled, etc.) that I probably have pics of somewhere but there are enough pics in this post right now. Been a busy 2 years but I think most of the major projects are done. For a while, anyhow.
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Old 09-05-2011, 09:28 PM   #78
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I bought this as my wife and I's first house and I have began gutting the whole house and will soon begin renovations. Also ive never done anything like this before so ive got many books and a great father inlaw
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Old 09-05-2011, 09:40 PM   #79
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Made this from various bits and pieces of wood given to me by a friend.
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