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Photo of a traditional landscaping in Toronto. —  Houzz

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Lisa Jones wrote:August 8, 2012
Love everything, especially the old door. Great job!!

must_love_dogs wrote:September 17, 2012
  • Laura Steent
    I love this door and I am on the lookout for one I was just thinking I replaced all my exterior doors and there was one just like that on my garage but they took my old doors with them I wish I had seen this back then so if anyone i knows where .i can get one in Okc please let me knowI love this so much
  • PRO

    Hi Laura,

    Here's a list of places you could try.

    1. Habitat for Humanity Re-use Store.
    2. Larger Antique/Flea markets.
    3. Old Houses being demolished or renovated. *Ask the contractor before you go dumpster diving.
    4. Stores selling architectual salvage.
    5. Trash/Recycling facilities. (amazing what some folks throw out)
    6. Ask the contractor who installed your doors. He took your doors, so he may be doing the same for others. Explain what you are doing and could he call you if something turns up.
    7. Private junk removal businesses.....etc.

    Hope this helps.

    Cheers, Rick

206davisrd wrote:October 2, 2012
What is the door size? Is it a 2'6" x 6'8"?

  • PRO
    The door, one of two found in the basement of our old house, was original to the house. This one was used as a side entrance door to the basement and is an odd size - 32" X 73".
  • Christa Anderson
    I absolutely love this idea....I have several spare doors I've been saving and I think one of them could be perfect to replace my rotting gate
suzhooper wrote:October 13, 2012
  • PRO
    These are old clay bricks found on the property. The bricks were dry laid in the soil.
  • momvo
    I like this idea but for the top of my drive way with maybe french doors... LOL or even "dutch" style bottom....pieces!
Better Designs LLC wrote:November 19, 2012
Could you please tell me what is the Brand and Stain Color of the fence??

  • agrifolia
    Pressure treated lumber isn't sold in 1-inch thicknesses, so the pickets here are more likely either plain redwood or cedar, allowed to age to grey.
  • PRO
    Just to clarify, the whole fence was constructed using pressure treated lumber, which was purchased at the Home Depot in Burlington, Ontario about 15 years ago. I just checked and they still carry treated products. Perhaps there is a reason it is not sold in your area of the world. The fence boards are 1" x 6" x 6'.
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