Back in the Saddle Again: Restoring Old Stairs (and my ankle?)
So I've been out for almost two-months with my broken ankle. And I lost a lot of clients.
But not this one.
Rita was not on a tight time table and could wait and we stayed in touch. She was a great motivator for me, if only to be able to walk to her on my own two feet and shake her hand in person.
Well Ritahad quite a "to do list"! She had inherited/bought her father's old summer home in Rockport. It's a beauty but needs a help here and there. Top of her list were the front stairs. She wasn't ready to invest in replacing them . So I recommended a great product: DECK CORRECT from Smith Ace. It is a rubberized paint that fills the old wood splits and adds new life to old stairs and/or decking that needs to be fully replaced in 3-5 yrs.