This wood was SO ROTTEN! Could I fix it?

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John's Furniture Repair

John's Furniture Repair

4 aylar önce

Trena restores her last exterior door of the season. This one was a doozy. The damage was much worse than expected. Water damage, rot, splitting, decay.
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Truth Hound
Truth Hound 4 aylar önce
I've painted buildings for 40 years, and this young lady is one of the few who understand how to fold sandpaper.
Amy Bucher
Amy Bucher Aylar önce
Wow! I am in awe of the patient & deliberate way you approach each task. It must be nice to know that if you use the skills you were taught, you can have confidence in a good outcome. My problem is I am wildly enthusiastic & eager to learn but my skills aren’t finely honed LOL. Oh, whether we are cat people or not isn’t up to us to determine. That purring creature who won’t leave you alone has decided! You’re in the club now.
T.E. 2 aylar önce
I've done finish carpentry for almost 40 years and I agree.
Madpainter 3 aylar önce
I’ve seen Goudeys stain in another video so I imagine you are somewhere in southern Ontario? You should try their stripper #770.
Madpainter 3 aylar önce
I’ve restored many doors ,among other things ( professional restorer) and when I saw the door spit ,I knew I’d been doing it all wrong for so long.! Now I’m going to have to make one. I knew this woman was the real deal when I saw her hand carve moulding profiles. It’s funny watching someone do a job I do all day.
Wayne Fisher
Wayne Fisher 4 aylar önce
I was taught by old house painters to ful full sheets in half. Then fold the halves into small quarters. Same concept... You can always unfold to get fresh sandpaper that bites.
Keith Miller
Keith Miller 4 aylar önce
To be honest, when I first saw this door I thought there's no way this door can be salvaged. And yet again, your craftsmanship never ceases to amaze me; what an incredibly beautiful job!!
Tom Schmidt
Tom Schmidt 4 aylar önce
That was my first thought. Salvage the glass and start over. The door turned out great.
Lola Ottinger
Lola Ottinger 4 aylar önce
Outstanding redo on that door, now everything surrounding it needs some updating. I love that no task seems daunting to you, you just go for it when most of us who really don’t know much about refinishing would have just given up and replaced the door, or whatever project was before us. Respect to you Trena and to your Dad John for teaching you so very well.
Norma Grimstad
Norma Grimstad 4 aylar önce
Very good point. We throw out so much today. These older doors were made to last.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
thankyou Lola,, yes the porch is also getting attention soon
Susan Chapman
Susan Chapman 4 aylar önce
I love that you learned your craft being alongside your father. I enjoy your videos mainly due to your clear explanations!
Ray Young
Ray Young 4 aylar önce
I don’t know why anyone would paint over oak. It is such a pretty wood. Beautiful work.
Laurel Armstrong
Laurel Armstrong 4 aylar önce
Amazing. I would have trashed it but it turned out so nice. You are a master at your craft.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you! 😊
Norman Bott
Norman Bott 4 aylar önce
Wonderful restoration as always. That new door furniture is really cool. I've been folding sandpaper all wrong, thank you. You will become a cat person, they give you no choice ! As I enjoy this video, Keiko is asleep on my bed, Yuki gently snoring atop the bookcase and Michi will be on/near my daughter. All 3 are sisters rescued as kittens. They get to you - you have been warned.
K Scheuerman
K Scheuerman 4 aylar önce
Love the new intro, it says it all!! You are a wonderful tribute to your Dad and your Mom, too, with her upholstering efforts
David Sullivan
David Sullivan 4 aylar önce
I've run a shop in Michigan for about 25 years that does work nearly identical to yours. It's nice to see someone else attack problems the same way. Your videos are motivating. If we could only charge per hour what an auto mechanic makes. Haha! We'd be rolling in the dough. Nice work!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Lol yep
Danny Bradley
Danny Bradley 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work on what could have been a lost cause. The spit is such a good idea to do this work. Thank you for posting this, as it really helps to know how to approach a difficult restoration on an exterior door.
Don Williams
Don Williams 4 aylar önce
Beautiful job to return this door to its former glory. Your skill to patch in those replacement pieces is second to none. I also use the PC-Petrifier to stabilize the wood before adding the epoxy wood filler. It is the best option I have found. Kudos to your mill for matching the profile for the glass bead. Thanks for sharing and giving this gorgeous door a new lease on life.
John 4 aylar önce
Very, very nice job! I seen an eight foot patio door in a house that was installed inside out. The construction guys must have gotten pretty creative to change all the locks to the inside. Don't know if the homeowner knew about their door or not. That is probably what happened to that door you fixed also.
Christopher Creutzig
Christopher Creutzig 4 aylar önce
I was wondering who would nail in the glass from the outside. Even ignoring water, that just sounds like a safety issue, way too easy to take out and replace later.
Mary Davis
Mary Davis 4 aylar önce
Love that you showed the door on the house. Beautiful job as usual! God has given you such a admirable work ethic. Loved the cameo appearances by the “shop pets”.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much!
Brian Walker
Brian Walker 4 aylar önce
Incredible. I don't know why, but this is one of my favorite 'episodes'. I did miss the color toning though. That is one of my favorite parts in your videos. But this had sanding, scotchbright, and buffing. I love the sheen on this door. Oh, and the fact that you don't like 80's brass makes me like you even that much more. I am just so impressed with your work. I do wonder though, did the client have the door repaired just so they could say, "liook at my door, Trena restored it." instead of just getting a new one?
Walter Ulasinksi
Walter Ulasinksi 4 aylar önce
Having has to repair and refinish exterior doors, I can only hope that you fully sealed the top and bottom edges of the door. Especially the bottom. Considering the type of winters Windsor gets, sealing the bottom is most important even if your client was going to have a wrap around type of weather strip. Sealing the end grain prevents any moisture from soaking into the stiles. Important for a vestibule door.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Luke VanScoy
Luke VanScoy 4 aylar önce
Tip. At 21:11 it is easier to cut the replacement strip of wood to size first and use it to trace onto the door. That will give you an exact replica to chisel out and will eliminate a lot of trial end error.
Angelino 2 aylar önce
Yeah I was wondering about that. But … Thos Johnson also does it this way so maybe they have a reason I can’t think of.
Jonathan Rothenberg
Jonathan Rothenberg 4 aylar önce
That’s a great tip. It’s easier to cut your replacement pieces and use them as templates. I would also add. For the patch in the rail you could use a small router to remove most of the wood then cut the mitres with your chisel. When patching glazing bars I also mitre the ends to increase the glue bond. If the patches face out I use resin to bond the patch which also helps prevent any water getting into the joint. I’m looking forward to seeing your completed door. Best regards, Jonathan
Naomi Hovey
Naomi Hovey 4 aylar önce
I think they had the privacy film on the bottom of the door because they had a yapping dog and wanted to reduce the noise and limit its view. The door looks amazing!! Fantastic job
Maria Kleiner
Maria Kleiner 4 aylar önce
Hello, I am from Germany and I am happy about every new video from you. This one is wonderful again. You are a master in your work, have never seen someone who works so cleanly and precisely. I admire that, it's just sad that all the craftsmanship is lost. People like you are dying out. Keep it up I look forward to your next work. Thank you that I may participate. Greetings from Germany. Maria
Maddie Adams
Maddie Adams 4 aylar önce
Beautiful restoration ❤
Nena 4 aylar önce
Now that was a pretty bad door and you’ve given it a new life, absolutely professional work, it’s beautiful! I was really surprised with the white scotch brite, what a difference!
scottgm321 4 aylar önce
In almost every video, I am amazed when you strip the paint or varnish off to show how beautiful the original wood is. Thanks for another great video. hats off to the guys who went above and beyond on the new window trim. That's awesome.
Colin Jacob
Colin Jacob 4 aylar önce
I have just found you on TRshow, I can imagine the amount of hours you spent in your father’s workshop and now the immense joy and satisfaction he has with what you are doing. Bravo to you.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Yes! Welcome and thanks for watching!
Don 4 aylar önce
As always, you've done a terrific job. Especially matching grain patterns on those repairs. My hat is off to you. It makes me wonder if there was something special about this door that made it worth saving. While I am impressed with the outcome, I have to think it would have been more cost effective to replace it. I just find myself wondering why the owners chose not to. They could not have chosen someone better for the task. And that rotisserie for turning the door over was a fun to see!
Carla Friesen
Carla Friesen 4 aylar önce
Wow! Wow! Great result 🎉
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
well, its actually always more cost effective to replace than refinish. unfortunately new products and materials are usually sub par and lack the character of 150 yrs of life so often its such a treat to restore and have that piece of history in tact. cheers!
Nancy Stowell
Nancy Stowell 4 aylar önce
As always, amazing artistry and the "Traditional Oak" colour is perfect. Honoring the wood and it's beauty. Thank you Trena, for sharing your Master Skills with us. Just breathtaking work. Stay safe & well. ♥♥♥!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you too!
MrSlikvee 4 aylar önce
Ah, you continue to demonstrate your awesomeness…never disappointing. Beautiful old door, Trena.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thanks again!
kevin zufall
kevin zufall 4 aylar önce
What a wonderful restoration Trena!! I am a cat person, especially since I worked for Nestle Purina for 25 years!!
100nortonfan 4 aylar önce
Another great job, Trena! You're and inspiration for your dedication to preserving furniture as it was originally created. Thank you for showing us all how it's done!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thankyou !
Erdal Bodur
Erdal Bodur 4 aylar önce
Marvellous craftswomanship comme d'habitude... That little kitten is so adorable and she obviously adopted you as her person. Good luck with that coz as you'd know pretty well that cats are for the keeps. The door now outshines the rest of the rest of the conservatory framework, the whole thing needs a TLC by Trena. Nice touch by playing Auld Lang Syne at the close btw. Be well
Paul Lane
Paul Lane 4 aylar önce
Very nice restoration. Saving old items like this is a skill you should be proud of.
Tim Maggard
Tim Maggard 22 gün önce
Very nice job. Shines up beautifully! Once again your skill level is shining thru!
zenunla 4 aylar önce
I have to admit that early on watching your channels at the first view of the projects I’d say “nah, can’t be worth it”, but now I just ask “how will she amaze me again”…. Thanks for sharing!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thankyou !
João R libório
João R libório 4 aylar önce
Acompanho o trabalho do seu pai..e depois de uma indicação dele , começei a acompanhar o seu...você faz um Lindo trabalho de restauração
George Stevenson
George Stevenson 4 aylar önce
Fantastic job, great patience, great skills.
Flip’n Awesome
Flip’n Awesome 4 aylar önce
I’m learning so much from you and your videos! Your work is beautiful and you can see how much you love and understand what you do. Thank you for showing us what all is involved in your business. ❤ BTW I’m watching the video and enjoying a bottle of bubbly!
dan Gatto
dan Gatto 3 aylar önce
Wow, really impressed with the whole project. I especially liked how the middle lock replacement just blended right in.
Loco Vaughan
Loco Vaughan 4 aylar önce
Oh my thank you for explaining your sanding techniques and that door really came out nice and smooth looking
Richard Langhorst
Richard Langhorst 3 aylar önce
You’re such a delight to watch. Such amazing talent.
Ray Larkin
Ray Larkin Aylar önce
Trena, I am always happy watching your work. I also appreciated that you simply reversed the door and replaced all the window stops. Another great job.👍🏼
Tiziana di Rocco
Tiziana di Rocco 4 aylar önce
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and skills! I loved this video! I love old doors and like to restore them as much as my limited skills allow. 😁, so this video was very informative.
Peter Martin
Peter Martin 4 aylar önce
The other issue with the door being the wrong way round is security. Someone only needs to pop the glazing quadrants off to remove the glass and gain entry. The other benefit of folding the sandpaper as you suggest is you dont have two smooth faces of the sandpaper against each other allowing the faces to slip slide.
Chris Kaline
Chris Kaline 4 aylar önce
That kitten found her human. You don't have to be a cat person to know what love is. Excellent work, as always, on the door.
Jen the JJ
Jen the JJ 4 aylar önce
For all the wonderful and hard work that was put into this door..... I just couldn't help thinking, peeling off that film in one go, must have been SO satisfying 😁 Excellent job, as always
Ruth Fedrau
Ruth Fedrau Aylar önce
Of course you can fix it. You can fix anything! The black new handles just look awesome! I totally enjoy your long videos too! Thank you!
Jim 4 aylar önce
Great work! After watching for ten minutes or over an hour, I never want your videos to end.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Glad you like them!
Glen Fisher
Glen Fisher 4 aylar önce
Beautiful work as usual . This job had your name written all over it from the start.
Greg Wright
Greg Wright 3 aylar önce
Great job. Hope the client appreciates everything that went into the finished door!
bikerdad63 Aylar önce
Can't even imagine how much time you have in this door. Turned out nice and hid the patch at the door knobs very well.
Lawanna Robinson
Lawanna Robinson 4 aylar önce
Awesome detection that the door was originally hung incorrectly. The exterior of door should have been on the inside. Trina is one great detective and problem solver. I so enjoy looking forward to what project will Trena tackle next.
bill oxley
bill oxley 4 aylar önce
That was an unbelievable restoration. I am curious how much it cost to perform that amazing job
joe smith
joe smith 4 aylar önce
Inspirational. Think I’ll go back to a nice wooden front door rather than the horrid plastic one we currently have 👌
Stovebolt LVR
Stovebolt LVR 4 aylar önce
Beautiful job. The bronze hardware looks way, way better too!
George Lewis
George Lewis 3 aylar önce
Love the work you do. Most people don't want to spend money, shame, always great to get a chance to do good work.
SeanBZA 4 aylar önce
Seems simple to move hinges and lockset to the opposite sides, so the outside is actually outside. Just needs a few more patches blended in to fix the wood, and likely they will be invisible with your usual attention to detail as well.
GossArch 3 aylar önce
Always enjoy your videos..learning alot. One thing to note...I think the door is properly oriented. The glazing stops should be set to the exterior face. Like putty glazed windows, this allows for drainage and easy replacment of the stop material. That is what I have seen in most historical doors.
Leo Wondergem
Leo Wondergem 4 aylar önce
Awesome job. You matched the grain perfectly in the one area.
Vernon Abernethy
Vernon Abernethy 3 aylar önce
Thanks for sharing your fantastic work with woodworking and finishing fine wood!
Gary Robinson
Gary Robinson 4 aylar önce
Impeccable restoration credentials….I’m sure her father is very proud of her & her exemplary work !
Birder95 4 aylar önce
It is very impressive to see how well you matched the grain in that lower right replacement piece! Beautiful job as usual. Your kitty is adorable.
Sherryl C
Sherryl C 4 aylar önce
The door is stunning. As for the cat I myself at one time was not a cat person. My cat chose me and he currently is 18 years old and laying on my lap as I watch your videos. Accept the interruption, and go play with some cat toys with the kitten. They do tend to make your life special. Mine used to walk across whatever I was studying and reading.
crazzycorbe 3 aylar önce
That door looked amazing even before you stained it!
Guy Robilliard
Guy Robilliard 4 aylar önce
love your work, girl. your dad taught you well!! You and yours have a good holiday season!!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you! You too!
David Aitchison
David Aitchison 3 aylar önce
As a Canadian, I am pleased to know that the products you use are available on this side of the Can/US border. There is nothing worse than seeing a great product or gadget and not being able to get your hands on it.
12 Hornet's
12 Hornet's 4 aylar önce
Another fine job Trina, Teak wood is a good option for outside weather 👍
James Hodgins
James Hodgins 4 aylar önce
The door looks great. Too bad you couldn't reverse the door. Maybe they could install a nice glass storm door to protect all your beautiful work.
Geralyn McGah-Miller
Geralyn McGah-Miller 4 aylar önce
An extraordinary effort and finished piece!
Peter Olsen
Peter Olsen 4 aylar önce
Shop dig is looking great and so is the door! Congratulations, again!
MizSherm 3 aylar önce
What a transformation!!! Maybe they could build an awning over the entrance? And it is quite an entrance, all that glass. Just so classy and beautiful.
Leigh Vrooman
Leigh Vrooman 4 aylar önce
I have made complete windows for an old church when I had only one window to go by for design. That door was a good candidate to make from scratch. What a wonderful job in this repair and preservation. Always a surprise when you are done.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Virginia Deiss
Virginia Deiss 4 aylar önce
The door turned out very well. I thought you were going to be replacing more than you kept. Hugs to Nessa - is she keeping that cat in line? Don't let her on your bed, Nessa or you'll never get it back.
Leslie Blackshear
Leslie Blackshear 4 aylar önce
Honestly I don’t know how you did that ….pure skill and talent cause it wasn’t magic, even if it appeared so. Thanks for sharing your lovely work with us
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
benefit thirteen
benefit thirteen 4 aylar önce
I don't know what it is, but I've always had a thing about salvaging doors. Perhaps because they provide continuity with the history of a home, and with minimal forethought, can compliment just about any update or design change to the house that surrounds them. Beautiful work as always.
Tale Gunner
Tale Gunner 4 aylar önce
Not doubting your abilities but I didn't think this would have turned out this fantastic. Great job You are truly a master of your skill.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you very much!
Oliver Nash
Oliver Nash 4 aylar önce
You’re amazing…great job!!! In real estate it’s location, location, location! In wood working/repair…it’s preparation, preparation, preparation!🤗
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
totally, lol
Rae Ann Godfrey
Rae Ann Godfrey 4 aylar önce
great to see the door back on the house. the new hardware is so much better. You are a woodworking wizard!
Tom Barlow
Tom Barlow 4 aylar önce
What a beautiful restoration of that old door
Robert Thomas Mein
Robert Thomas Mein 4 aylar önce
Always AWESOME! Definately a HOME RUN on the stain color. Love that old wood golden patina. Feels friendly and like a warm welcome. Good choice on the replacement door hardware. I had to restore a kitchen crossbuck door with upper glass that was also outside/in. Pain in the neck, to get it sealed tight, but it was a steal at Habitat For Humanity, and I was doing a "green" restoration. • I'm with you on NOT being a cat person, but your kitten is TOO cute not to cuddle. How do the kitten and shop dog get along? Thanks again for sharing with us. 🥰
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
they are besties
Den 4 aylar önce
Hi Trena; nice job as always! I don't know if you have ever tried one/two coats of epoxy or what we use to call wet on wet for a high build then exterior grade varnish as it has the uv inhibitors since you strip right back to bare wood (lol)! that often solves some of the natural pits formed in coatings but also builds a good solid basis to work from. keep up the great content!
Den 4 aylar önce
@John's Furniture Repair You should Trena , I just recoated some boat components earlier this summer that haven't been touched since 2005/6. I like the versatility of the west system. AS you say give it a whirl.....!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
ive heard this method once before i should really give it a whirl
MLM 4 aylar önce
Absolutely beautifully done Trena and what a difference. I love that you so appreciate each piece that you do even tho some are vastly almost undoable you manage to make magic with your golden touch. Thank you for sharing the patience and integrity it takes to do such. The door looks amazing! One again you make MAGIC!! Blessings
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thankyou !
Dione Taylor
Dione Taylor 4 aylar önce
I so enjoy spending this educational time with you Trena, thank you for sharing your knowledge and expertise with us 💗
Scott Cates
Scott Cates 3 aylar önce
Nice work. Interesting door. Beautiful wood. Oxalic is underrated :)
Kevin Ryan
Kevin Ryan 4 aylar önce
Wow nice job! Really enjoyed watching. And the black hardware really completed the transformation.
jerry cratsenberg
jerry cratsenberg 4 aylar önce
WOW! This restoration is as close to magic as anything can get! WOW! Thank you very much for sharing your magic!
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thank you very much!
Judy Mielcarek
Judy Mielcarek 4 aylar önce
What a beauty. Awesome job Trena!
Beegee 4 aylar önce
Wow! That door is beautiful. The finish is rich with just the right amount of sheen. Great job!
Theophilus Jedediah
Theophilus Jedediah 2 aylar önce
In the PNW we end up with a great deal of dry rot in the wood frames. So many of these beautiful windows and doors are just lost to replacement by plastic and aluminum junk. Our shop designed and built a large vacuum tank that we fill with resin or paintable epoxy (depending on the customer) and submerge all the pieces to completely stabilize them before reworking. It’s the hand lining in all the grain so the new wood matches precisely that I always spend the most time on. Nice work! I like seeing the old pieces saved.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 2 aylar önce
Wow. Very interesting
Caitlin Knight
Caitlin Knight 4 aylar önce
Thank you so much for the varnish buffing lesson! I’m working on door right now and couldn’t figure out how to fix all the bubbles in the varnish. Please don’t leave these teaching moments out of your videos. I am learning so much. ❤❤❤
Isabel 4 aylar önce
Beautiful job as always. Thank you!
Bernie Larrivee
Bernie Larrivee 4 aylar önce
Gorgeous work. As usual. Thanks for the lessons in woodworking too. I always look forward to your videos.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Glad you like them!
Marek Koralewski
Marek Koralewski 4 aylar önce
Piękna robota :) ... dziękuję
Brewster 4 aylar önce
Such a nice old door, now restored to its original glory! What a great color choice too! I am curious as to why you hand-applied the exterior varnish instead of spraying it as you did the interior varnish... what governs your decision on that? I also have been a lifelong dog person (still am) who was converted to a cat person by the big guy in my thumbnail...
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
it is actually illegal to spray oil based finishes, varnish is also very thick and difficult to spray without a lot of thinning which means many more coats to build the finish. cheers
Larry Kelly
Larry Kelly 4 aylar önce
Wow, that door was rough. But you really made it something special.
Frank Tadley
Frank Tadley 4 aylar önce
An open and shut project... once again. The new handle looks a bit modern but I like it. Beveled glass would have topped this off. 😊
Steve Weinrich
Steve Weinrich 4 aylar önce
A very lovely repair. Nicely done and a pleasure to watch.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Glad you enjoyed it
Yishay Ben-Shimol
Yishay Ben-Shimol 4 aylar önce
This is amazing! That beautiful door is now the center of attention, at the house entrance. Can you please specify the differences between Lacquer and Varnish and where each of it is best used?
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
thats a pretty long story, i would recommend bob flexnors book for those explanations. cheers
Daniel Prout
Daniel Prout 4 aylar önce
Sweet blend and finish on the hole plug. Your focus on the deep grain issue might be solved with grain filler, worked in to level the finish surface. I always use grain filler with mahogany. Bravo
megwolff58 4 aylar önce
Another thing of great beauty, Trena! Thanks again for sharing your knowledge, tips and skills.
John's Furniture Repair
John's Furniture Repair 4 aylar önce
Thankyou !
Mel Childs
Mel Childs 4 aylar önce
Most people including myself would have trashed that door, but as usual Trena you knocked it out of the park.
Frank Durnford
Frank Durnford 4 aylar önce
When I first saw this door I thought you are good but can you save this door. By the end of the video, I was saying to myself, self this talented young lady shows you again that she is up for any task. Fantastic job young lady.
Scott McFarland
Scott McFarland 4 aylar önce
It really shined up nice! Another fine job!
Nuala Rösth
Nuala Rösth 4 aylar önce
Amazing work. The door is beautiful
Lynne W
Lynne W 4 aylar önce
Magic, absolute magic. That door is now beautiful, I hope you get asked to do the rest of the porch. I did prefer the antique look hardware to the black though. Nice to see the foreman hard at work inspecting, lol ❤
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