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Old 07-02-2013, 07:34 AM   #31
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Getting the trim installed. Hopefully will be painted by Friday. Waiting for more colonial cap to be delivered, it goes on the outside of the casing around the doors. You can see it on the window trim pictured.

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More updates coming soon. We are working on the bathroom now.
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I forgot about your thread! hurry with the updates!!
Has anyone given you a bad time about your "receptacles" being upside down?
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Old 01-09-2014, 03:20 PM   #34
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THis thread reminds me so much of the house I have spent the past year doing. I subbed out a little more than you (drywall, trim, paint, kitchen cabinets, HVAC) however it was such a bear of a project, especially the demo, jacking, and rebuilding/redesigning of every aspect and system of the house. I wish I could have kept my original moulings they were just not in good enough shape after all was said and done...I did not splurge for the custom casings but wish I would have after seeing yours.

Your house looks amazing and I am excited to see the final pics once you are complete. Good luck and keep up the good work...
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Old 01-17-2014, 12:14 PM   #35
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My god - I would commit questionable activities to have floors like that!
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looks nice

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