Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Mountain Retreat Project

One of our favorite projects to work on was a lakefront retreat nestled in the mountains of Bridgton, Maine.  It was a 7,380 sq. ft. vacation home with Old World European finishes.
Our team had the privilege of building out the entire exterior finishes of this home... three part crown fascia detail, red cedar shingles, columns, porch, and lots of radius trim.  The crazy part was that we did most of it in the middle of winter while battling sub zero temps and several feet of snow!! We still made our deadline.


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