Thursday, July 10, 2008

Window Renovation

It's a SLOW process but here is a window on our house that hasn't been touched by Ryan's magic: And here is the after: Only like 8 more to go! I really don't want to put the storm windows back on the front of the house. It makes everything ugly. But we'll see.

5 comments:

ktsdad said...

Do all the bricks above the window in the second picture mean he added a second story to the house while painting and caulking??!!

Leslie said...

what's a storm window?

Anonymous said...

Good call Doc B. Katie, are you trying to deceive us?

Celeste

Ryan and Katie said...

They are 2 different windows. I didn't say it was the before and after I said here is window that hasn't been touched and one that has.

kmom said...

I appreciated the explanation. The painted window looks super! I am hoping to see all of them beautifully finished when I come the end of Aug. Keep up the good work, Ryan! Storm windows help keep the rain out of the house and help keep the cost down of heating and cooling. New windows have a built-in storm window feature. Ryan's dad can explain it best.

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