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Freshly Sealed

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At long last, the logs of our home have a fresh seal from the elements. Last year there were two primary maintenance projects that were both reaching burdensome levels of urgency against the elements: our deck and the walls of the house. We ended up doing the deck ourselves and hiring out the sealing of our logs.

The contract was accepted last year, but they weren’t able to get to us before winter arrived and so the work was rescheduled to first thing after the weather warmed this spring. That didn’t play out as we expected. It took until mid-July, but now the job is finally done.

Over the weekend, we got the resealed wagon wheels remounted on the front steps to cap off the completion of the weatherization of the house.

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The house looks good as new.

I’m very pleased over the professional opinion of the contractor who told us that our deck project looked well done and didn’t warrant any additional seal coat of its own.

That suits me just fine.

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Written by johnwhays

August 3, 2020 at 6:00 am

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