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Old 08-24-2011, 12:27 PM   #1
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After talking about it, we finally spent a BSWOM on a remodel of the window surrounds and more. We got the bedroom installed just a few minutes ago. Now we have window sills.

More pictures to follow of the kitchen garage, fireplace and disappearing TV

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Wow that's awesome. Did you do the work your self or hire it out?
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We had to hire it done. Wood and I get along like gasoline and fire.:-(

Bath. Drivers side ceiling where it was vinyl before. Colors do match as Patty tells me just more light on the panel
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TV and fireplace are in tonight, just some minor touches and wiring. The outlet behind the pass seat is not on the inverter circuit so we will have to figure out how to get power there if we want to run the the fireplace and tv on the inverter.

Fireplace is LED along with the TV so we won't consume much power.
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Beautiful! Was there a recliner where the fireplace is now? Again really nice work!
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TV up view from couch
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Beautiful! Was there a recliner where the fireplace is now? Again really nice work!
No we had a jackknife couch there and had removed it a while back for our GSD as she got old to hive her more room.
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Tom & Patty; Very very nice indeed. The pop up TV is excellent.
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Very nice. I have considered removing my chair and putting in a TV like you have done.
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Very nice job. Looks great, and functional.
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Wow, looks great, congrads!!
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Mike, I think you started it, at least this year!

Thank you all. Patty really is enjoying it, she says it looks more like a home now.

I will finish this weekend running the cable to the tv. Thankfully I found the cabling schematic
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Mike, I think you started it, at least this year!

Thank you all. Patty really is enjoying it, she says it looks more like a home now.

I will finish this weekend running the cable to the tv. Thankfully I found the cabling schematic
Care to share that cabling schematic?

I'm dreading opening the can of worms in mine...
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