Month: October 2011

The fascia across this section of the front Breezeway wall is made up of three separate pieces, and is already starting to look bad, even though it was restored in 2004… The old fascia removed. New piece of Miratec, secured… Using the old pieces of the fascia as a template to create the new one. […]
All of the nail holes the lower frieze trim work, filled, sanded, and painted…
Preparing to install the lower frieze trim work… I’ll be mating the two pieces somewhere using a 45 degree cut. So, I’ve set up my miter box to make the cuts. And, to help with splitting, etc., I’ve found it’s best to drill pilot holes when dealing with really thin pieces of trim. Drilling a […]
Special order arrived to today, at Menards. This should take care of the moisture issue, once it is finally installed…
The lower frieze trim work… The lower frieze trim work, semi reassembled… No more messing around… Miratec, to the rescue. The lower trim piece has one side that is a half-circle. So, to create that, I set up my router table to cut a quarter round. Then, ran the new piece of Miratec through, flipping […]
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