The spacious, two-car garage I added to the Kuppersmith Project house will be all decked out with some cool cabinets and racks, along with a work bench for DIY projects, and a car center with an air compressor and shelves for oil and other supplies. Watch this video to find out more.
We’re tackling a number of projects outside on the Kuppersmith Project, including installing motorized retractable screens and pouring a colored concrete driveway. Inside we’re putting in a shower surround and putting down a tile floor in the bathroom.
After they had finished painting and staining the exterior of the Kuppersmith Project house; the painting crew began priming, caulking, and filling nail holes on the inside of the house. Watch this video to see how they went about it.
Painting contractor Steve Carey gave some tips on how his crew went about caulking, priming, painting, and staining the exterior of the Kuppersmith Project house. Watch this video to see how they tackled a big job with many different surfaces.
After completing all the brickwork, siding, and trim on the outside of our 1926 Kuppersmith Project house, the painting crew was able to caulk, prime, paint, and stain the exterior of the house. Watch this video to find out more.
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