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Old 05-21-2013, 02:44 PM   #16
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unbelievable!
And sad. I fear the young couple is going to get strongarmed into signing off on stuff they really do not like nor should they accept even if compensated. Come time to sell the house, the paint may not be an issue but that overgrown fireplace will.

And the owner standing in front of it makes it look like a movie prop or something. I do hope they were able to work out some things. The whole situation sounded beyond weird to me.

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issues like that gives us all a bad name in home construction unfortunately
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its to big and balky for this size room.
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sdsester - Can you do me a favor and delete the pic you posted for me? I will come back next week and give everyone an update I promise. But worried about that pic being out there at the moment. I tried to PM you but I don't have enough posts yet to do so Thanks!!
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imo. that thing is butt ugly. if it were natural wood and/or stone, it would probably be nice.
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sdsester - Can you do me a favor and delete the pic you posted for me? I will come back next week and give everyone an update I promise. But worried about that pic being out there at the moment. I tried to PM you but I don't have enough posts yet to do so Thanks!!
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Yes big fireplace looks good but only when the size of the room or hall where fireplace is also big.

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