Restoring Old Shutters

Ambrose needed help putting his historic shutters back together at his Historic home in Rockport. I was able to put them back together on my work table with a pipe clamp, some wood glue and exterior screws. It is delicate work and I was happy to bring this old window dressing back to their full glory. When I brought them back, Ambrose was very happy because he felt his home felt "naked" without these shutters. His comment made me laugh and smile, because he was 100% correct.

Bathroom Upgrade & How Projects Grow

Sarah hired me to help with some "mushy" tiles next to the bath at the new condo she bought. It turned out the subfloor was rotted and molded so we started by tearing up the old tiles. Working together, we learned the old tile went under the vanity so that needed to get pulled and why not replaced that nasty thing too...and a new medicine cabinet, which requires installing a separate light. I've done several bath upgrades for myself and they are never easy or simple - but I am proud my plumbing skills have come far enough that I could install this fancy new vanity. Flooring was easy but the sub-flooring required special attention. Tomorrow I need to finish the baseboards, caulk the trim, i

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