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Hum, window challenge, some progress pictures....

10-01-2010 01:56 AM by PaBull | 8 comments »

I had to dig a little, but here are some progress pictures of the windows we put in our house. We moved into our house about 20 months ago. So the older pictures date back to 2006.We used Pella windows. Lowe’s was the place with the best price at that time. We liked the wood frame and the metal clad on the outside to protect the wood from the elements.We used a water base white wash as stain on the inside, with a water based polyurethane brushed finish. Here you have a look of our maste...

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Transforming attic window into attic vent

09-30-2010 03:10 PM by Obernelson | 5 comments »

I have been on LumberJocks for awhile and when the CreativeHands News came out I noticed the HR Create and Share Challange – Windows Wonders, and having just completed the window replacement with a vent I figured I would share the experience. The window conversion project revolved around a house built in 1793 and in a need of some new roof rafters, roof boards, new shingles and attic ventilation. The contractor doing the work told me that he would put in custom soffit vents in for a...

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Renovating a mud house... big step up from playing with mud pies!

09-19-2010 01:33 PM by rdlaurance | 7 comments »

Greetings fellow RENOVATORS… Though I’ve been involved in the sister site Lumberjocks for about a year now, I haven’t really been too involved with this site. However my plans initially were to put together some blog entries on some of the renovating work I’ve done on my house, once the house was finished and I had a little more available time. Presently, I’ve got just too many ‘irons in the fire.’ With all of Martin’s work putting together the Creative Hands network, I thought it w...

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Transforming My Bay Window #1: Sept 16/10

09-16-2010 06:47 PM by dustygirl | 3 comments »

I love the big bay window in my living room but it needed something to brighten it up.Being a flower gardener I of course thought that nothing would do a better job than adding some nice flowering plants to it.These tropical Hibiscus flower all year and keep the window nice and showy even in the dead of winter.

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