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Screen Porch

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October 13, 2014
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The ceiling is Douglas Fir and it is stained in Minwax's "English Chestnut".
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August 27, 2013
JD Feld wrote:
Who makes the windows/screens? - Love the screens - I assume that you swap out storm windows in the winter. Who makes the windows/screens? Or are those custom? This is exactly what I'm looking for.
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I would also like to know the maker of the screens/storms.
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The screens & screen doors are by Larson. There are storm windows for the winter. Thanks!
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