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hallway face lift, new casing, crown, paneled wainscoting, crown in living room. More going on, more to come.
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When you start posting over here you usually have nothing to do. That's why.

Hallway looks great, Crown job looks good too. I heard you did a lot of crown in that house.

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Nice work. An interesting moulding for crown in this picture.
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Nice work. An interesting moulding for crown in this picture.
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the old nasty cove in the corner?

The living room crown is the same style as the hallway, just bigger and in red oak.

The cove stays until later, I will mud those corners and I have to do some paneled wall work on that wall.
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Very nice work. I would be interested to see the before picture. Your house looks gorgeous. Nice mixture of stone and wood. Looks great.
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Limited before picture's and this is not my place.

I am a carpenter so my house is a mess.

I have better before one's on my other computer.
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I need to take some more, the changed the door knobs and added new lights.

They are thinking about having me do hard wood or cork now in the hall way.

Talk about cart in front of the horse.
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Thanks for the before shots. It sure makes the final product even more spectacular. Very nice job. I'm sure that they customer is very happy with it.

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Thanks for the before shots. It sure makes the final product even more spectacular. Very nice job. I'm sure that they customer is very happy with it.

Thanks.

They are ecstatic, I will be working there off and on for the next couple years. I think I should just move in, they have enough room they wouldn't even know I was there.
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