Saturday, February 27, 2016

Greater Montgomery Home & Remodeling Expo. 2-27-2016

Yep! It's February again, and once more B.J. Teal and I are at the Remodeling Expo. We're taking names and making appointments, so come on down and visit with us.
Many people stop at our booth and ask if we do small jobs. Oh, my, yes. In fact, we do more small ones than large ones. Because of these questions, I've listed the jobs that we've done so far this year--since January first. I think you'll see the size of most of our jobs is not very large.

Painted kitchen cabinets (were stained); built a 16' by 22' cover out of cedar, with a steel roof over a patio deck; found and repaired a roof leak in separated valley tin; re-flashed a chimney to stop a leak; replaced rotted fascia boards with Hardiplank; installed an oven vent and ducted it to the outside; install four power roof vents; refinished five rooms of parquet flooring; installed floating wood floors in two different houses; refinished a set of stained kitchen cabinets; installed a tile back splash in kitchen; repaired several drawers at  the Ulta Beauty store that wouldn't stay closed; pressure washed the exteriors of two houses; replaced rotted cedar trim around six windows; replaced an exterior door unit; installed a storm door; replace rotted sill and nosing of a window; installed two oak handrails, stained and sealed; installed a set of pull-down stairs in a garage; rebuilt a water heater platform; replaced scratched plastic laminate tops in the Eastchase Verizon; replaced non-skid footrests at Ann Street Verizon; erased graffiti in Rite Aid bathroom.

So, you see? We've been busy and we've had a huge variety of jobs.

The Expo runs until Sunday, Feb. 28th . Saturday's hours are ten to six, and Sunday's hours are noon to five. Please come visit if you haven't already.

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