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Cleaning up after somebody else...

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Really nice ice work...love the copper and the seam work! Did you solder or just crimp? Certainly added character to the house.

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VERY nice work. Exceptional.

Love the copper and the iron corbels.

Did/do you need to redo all the windows?

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8 minutes ago, Grandpadave52 said:

Really nice ice work...love the copper and the seam work! Did you solder or just crimp? Certainly added character to the house.

thanks...

modified locking double fold... sorta like a snap lock..

 

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11 minutes ago, Gene Howe said:

VERY nice work. Exceptional.

Love the copper and the iron corbels.

Did/do you need to redo all the windows?

thanks...

all 32 of them... the set above the bay were the most difficult...

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That did turn out very nice, I love the look of the copper.

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That looks great! I hope they can keep the tweekers away from the copper :P

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Saweeet...Super WOW on the copper...where'd you get all the pennies...

 

And this was yesterday...?  Hate to see what you do in a week...!!!

 

 

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1 minute ago, Nickp said:

where'd you get all the pennies...

is now a good time to mention the fate of your penny jug...

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On 10/13/2016 at 8:31 PM, Stick486 said:

is now a good time to mention the fate of your penny jug...

 

 

I thought it was a bit light...LMAO

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46 minutes ago, DRAGON1 said:

nice job!!!! next time you might want to shine the copper up evenly so it ages and patinas evenly.

 

that was deliberately done w/ a torch and clear coated w/ Rexthane...

everybody has the green patina...

be different...

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this is where this started....

you saw earlier how the flashing was done which proved to be a water let and you can only guess what happened to the interior...

the fit and finish help w/ the water letting too...

also note the soil up/over the siding and at the basement window sill...

 

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Before 5.jpg

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That was surely a haphazardly done job. Great improvement Stick . Didn't even have support under the bay window. You can be proud of this.

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