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Jack's Man Place: Tacoma Park


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11 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 458 times

Susie's Anniversary Pergola: Cleveland Park


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8 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 200 times

Margaret's Masterpiece: Potomac


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7 files, last one added on Sep 24, 2011
Album viewed 167 times

Pete's Private Bathroom: Chevy Chase


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 144 times

Lyn's Kitchen: Tenleytown


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5 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 660 times

Kathy's Kitchen: Georgetown


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 136 times

Eve's Pocket Door: Georgetown


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1 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 1925 times

Kevin's Restoration: Friendship Heights


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2 files, last one added on Sep 22, 2011
Album viewed 348 times

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Eve's Pocket DoorEve went to several others before realizing I was the one to solve "the pocket door problem." A simple junction box in her closet allowed us to reroute electrical cable out from the door cavity. Carefully installing a level and plumb door was the easy part. Eve demanded a dust-free installation process and we were up for the challenge!
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Steel FabricationThe pergola was constructed in steel, coated with a rust inhibitor, then wrapped in decorative lumber.
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Tudor Style EIFSAn Exterior Insulation and Finish System: below the stucco decor we installed one-inch Styrofoam insulation and Tyvek. Windows were replaced and the finish layer of stucco was mixed with dry iron oxide pigments to age beautifully, no need to paint.
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Coincidence of a LifetimeThis pass-through required rerouting a 3/4" main water line to the unit above. First, the superintendent turned a large gate valve, shutting the water for the entire block of units. For thoroughness, I had the plumber install another valve -even though it would only serve other units above. Three days later, a home improvement crew (from another company) working in the unit above screwed through the piping and water was pouring through the ceiling. What could have taken hours to stop, took seconds.
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Happy CustomerLyn is naturally a cheery individual, it was a great pleasure making the kitchen of her dreams!
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Custom ColumnsThe original builder cut the rafters incorrectly. It was a miracle the roof hadn't already collapsed -but it was only a matter of time. I designed two steel columns to capture the roof load across a larger cross-sectional area of the rafters and to transmit that load across the floor joists without violating allowable stresses.
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Contemporary SinkPete wanted a contemporary and masculine feel to his own bathroom. Tiling the back wall makes cleaning hassle-free and adds long low-maintenance life to the bathroom.
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Pass-ThroughTwo recessed lights over the pass-through illuminate the counter below and mirror the two lights over the window directly behind the viewer.