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This project was an upgrade to a fairly new builder's house that had no trim on the doors and windows. New extension jambs were installed on all windows, headers consturcted and installed on all doors, doorways and windows and chair rail and panel molding on the wall. New hard wood floors were installed on the second floor.

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very nice
 

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Great Work!!!
 

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Very nicely done. Thanks for posting.

God Bless
tom
 

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Hmm, I just checked the URL, and it's still LJ's. Did I enter a time warp? This looks like another home refurbers post?
 

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looks good…..well done….
 

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John: Very Nice WOODWORK indeed. Thanks for Posting it HERE!

Atom Jack: It's a "Finished Woodworking Project". "Home Refurbers" as far as I'm concerned is Another Site. I don't want to go there. If you want to "Grumble" about something why not go through the last few days Postings here and count all the NON-Finished-Or-NON-Wood Projects that get Posted here.

As everyone notices when they Post here it says "Yes, this is a completed woodworking project" You have to agree with that and Click on it. if not it directs you to a Forum Page. I imagine you had to do that when you Posted Your 2 Projects. Even the one you made in the navy Over 35 years ago.

Personally I don't really care what other LJ's Post here. As has been said a Thousand Times before…"Don't want to Look? Don't Click!"

I'm going to Post one on Trimming Out in a few day also…In HERE. If you don't like it…by all means…Grumble Away!!
 

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This is very nice work, John. That's a beautiful room.
 

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Great work John, I am in the process of doing the same to my house. Yours looks fantastic, it always makes a world of difference.
 
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