A NEW WAITING AREA

A new waiting area at the Pittsboro Animal Hospital

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A DARLING DECK

A two level cedar deck with bench and privacy wall

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ANNEKA’S NEW PORCH

 

 

A NEW SCREEN PORCH WITH ALL CEDAR  INTERIORIMG_1429IMG_1423

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30’x40′ TRACTOR SHED

30'x40' Tractor shed

30’x40′ Tractor shed

Dogmahall

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Dog house For one lucky puppy. Approximately 12 x 13, tiled floors, well insulated and it’s own HVAC system.

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Walterland….

This is a studio for Walter to write novels in.  It is 16×14 and built on peers to lesson the damage to trees and it is sided with cypress.  It has a door way that is built on a 45 degree angle in the corner with an awesome wrap around cedar porch.  The interior ceiling is 6″ v-groove cedar with 4×6 cedar beams.  Absolutely beautiful!  The man has good taste and it gets even better!  The floors are 5 1/2″ reclaimed heart pine, the two round windows have stained glass designs and the cabinet work is all custom made.

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I took this video because I had no idea what was involved in setting the stones.  I just kind of figured you stacked them up and called it a day.  Boy was I wrong!

Joe Kenlan works his magic!

My many thanks to all who helped Walters vision become  reality.  Coy, Earnie and Titus for all your great work and Dianne Swan for her always beautiful creative cabinetry.  Gretchen Niver for her eye catching stained glass and Joe Kenlen for his great stone work.  Cheek Electric and Chatham heating and cooling for their great work  too!  Biggest thanks to Baroke Builders for their participation.

Many thanks to all.

One of my first sketches

Garage to Rec

Rec room that is.  This a 22×22 garage being coverted to living space.

Here is a quick before movie shot with my phone

a slide show of our progress

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And then a quick after movie of the interior.

ROOF TOP DECK

Jan  2010

The need arose for an unobstructed view of the sky.  One option was to cut the tree that shaded the studio on those blistering hot august days.  A better option was an 8×16 all cedar deck across the top of the shop.  The last picture is of a small cedar deck off the back of the studio.

SNOW CAMP FLOORS

Jan  2010

Parts of the floors in this historic Snow Camp cabin were rotted to the dirt. Some of the beams supporting the walls needed replacing and we rebuilt the joist systems using PT lumber.

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