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  1. Patio Cover

    This patio cover was added to a back yard as a transition from the indoor living spaces to the backyard areas and pool. The roof was framed so that the soffit, fascia and gutters tied in with the existing house. The posts and beams where trimmed with cedar and painted white. The ceiling is...
  2. The Andersen Project

    The Andersen Project This kitchen remodel was one of many projects on this complete house gut and remodel. We added level beams to the existing ceiling which was way out of level and bowed 1" in the middle. The cabinets are made of rift sawn oak. . . The...
  3. My Profession

    I am a professional remodeler by trade…We get calls to do room additions and remodels…These are just a few of pics of jobs we have done in the past
  4. Desk Connector | Custom

    This is a project that was completed in December 2009. It is a modification to an existing pair of desk. For some reason I never did a write-up on these desk, but you can catch a glimpse in this project write-up: For more building pictures see my Current Projects link at wwbeds.com or...
  5. Puppet Theater Improvement

    One of the teachers at our church's preschool asked if I could do something with a small puppet theater which was barely on this side of being an LBP (see bottom). I accepted the challenge. [Below] The first issue was the rod for the curtain. It simply rested on two dowels and was easily...
  6. Woodworking Skill Share
    Fellow LJ's, A friend wants me to build a couple of these chests for his children's rooms. To contain costs, I'm considering deviating from plans that call for solid pine throughout and use 3/4 ply for the top, bottom and drawer internal support frames. I would edge the front of the frames...
  7. Site Help and Suggestions
    recently i tried to save 2 different blogs to my favorites, but when i go to my lumberjocks- my favorites they don't come up. what have i done wrong? it shows them as being one of my favorites on the blog.
  8. Designing Woodworking Projects
    I've posted this on the home refurbishers site, but know that not all of you frequent it. Here's the link to the same question on home refurbishers Looking at a house to buy, but I'm having trouble identifying the type of house. Can anyone help. The house was built in 1940 2 beds, 1.0...
  9. Blogs
    Introduction She never liked me. I knew this. Somehow I needed to talk her into selling me her house. I had tried several times over the last three years to buy it from her. No luck with that. I was tired of the constant traffic that stopped in front of the house. The cars would slowly...
  10. Blogs
    Fighting for every square inch Since the last time I posted a pic of my workshop, things got a lot worse (cramped) to the point of being virtually unusable. Automotive and Landscape tools were mixed in with my power handtools. Holiday storage was overflowing from the back rooms. My lumber rack...
  11. Blogs
    Planning & Moving We are adding on to our shop! My dad and I have been talking about it for a while and have finally pulling the trigger! Our current shop is 44' by 36' (1,584 square feet), and every inch of that space is occupied. Here's what it looks like right now: We will be adding 12' to...
  12. Blogs
    Summer Months Northeast Georgia is already into the mid-90's and sawdust just seems to cake onto everything now. My shop is not air-conditioned, though I do have a window fan that helps a bit. I say shop, but really I just mean "the place where my tools occupy floor space." It's the garage...
  13. Blogs
    Sorscha Valkyrie is Here! Times, they are a changin'. Our newest addition is here - a healthy girl born yesterday. I have, of course, pictures on Flickr and a blog post at my personal site. I even have my first video uploaded to Flickr! Head over to the Gradin.com blog to see the updates.
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