Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Slightly Spiffier

We finally broke down, and hired a contractor to finish the "fun project" that is also know as our home. It turns out there's a reason why people pay other people to do carpentry jobs. That shit isn't easy. Here's a taste of the improvements to the house on Dammit Farm. The first phase is new windows, and "log cabin" siding.

The before

In the process.
Oh, and the older boys got new haircuts. Gunther's mohawk is back!
I can't wait to have my house be "done" and not have to explain anything to visitors. "We're in a transition phase..." Too bad the transition phase has lasted nearly five years.


searching4sarah said...

Ah, my house still needs that kind of TLC. Progress is slow. Love the pics of your family, and your bio. Looks like we may need to hang out, we have a lot in common. ~Sarah I.

Lue Madson said...

Some are definitely not fond of doing carpentry work. This is the reason why we call experienced professionals. If the problem's beyond your reach, they will be the one to do the job for you. And you don't have to worry about your roof, siding, doors, or windows. They have the skills and the necessary tools and their presence is surely a relief on your part.

Lue Madson @ DryTech Roofing Company

Vernia Kale said...

You don't have to break a sweat on work like this because you can always rely on a reputable contractor. You see, they really provided you with an excellent roofing and siding service. Everything looks wonderful. Now, you're confident that you have a hard-line home structure!

Vernia Kale @ Muth Roofing