colin and justin create the perfect sunroom - corrugated plastic
Screened on the porch. Garden lounge.
Whatever you say, the benefits of the cabin are great.
That said, as we found out, our room was the worst room we had ever seen.
There is a rotten wood roof, a collapsed plastic ceiling and mosquito net, they are very loose, like a long stockings falling on a confused Queen's ankle, the place is more like a quietwreck room? )
Starting with an abandoned nursing home, it is earlier than a fashionable vacation by the water. Nice…Jeesh.
What we thought we could renovate with a touch of fairy dust quickly turned into a winter wolf in a summer sheep suit.
There are rotten organic matter in almost every turn and it is crashing.
So it's not surprising when our long-suffering contractor Dan delivers a line that we will never forget;
"She's coming down.
Every smelly point of "ER.
It can be said that it was destroyed.
Why does it need to be completely erased?
Please allow us to explain-the roof of our horrible mascoka room is basically the deck above.
Most of them (
Thirty years after it was built)had decayed. We wept (no, seriously)for hours.
We clenched our teeth and waved our fists.
Dan tried to comfort us and he suggested that due to too many people gathered at one time, the deck above might collapse into the sun room below.
It turns out that the intervention of our builders may have saved lives.
The episode aired last Tuesday can be viewed again at www. cottagelife.
Did we take Dan's advice?
Yes, we removed each point.
A fifteen-hundred-square-foot deck floating above the danger and an entire fin-like sunroom/death trap.
The big boy pushed the wall with a bigger cart.
The corrugated plastic ceiling was torn, and the rough torn screen window and the rickety frame were torn off.
In short, Dan built our new mascoka room frame and Jordan;
A talented craftsman, when he bought a cabinet we sold in Kijiji, we met him by chance (
This is the way we are in the Country Cottage)
Built our new deck.
Another opportunity is convo (
This time with neighbors)
Send us to the pier on the porch (www. porchtopier. com)
Peter cramp, the boss, completed the project in peace.
We spent the morning in his showroom and finally chose Sunspace's unique window and bug screen system (www.
Daylight room. com)
Who is Peter acting.
Because our lake seems to be a resort for every recorded flying, biting animal (
Last summer, as a vertical human buffet, our skin was like a jigsaw puzzle in brail.
Peter's word for window protection is very welcome.
Custom size to fit most spaces, vertically inserted to lift and drop within a smooth frame.
More importantly, they contain "memory" Vinyl "glass", which actually seems to repel dirt-they are still clearly visible even after a few months of installation.
But what's really appealing is their flexible way of remembering.
Made of soft vinyl, it is possible to poke and poke, and the "impression" slowly disappears as the surface returns to the perfect flat form.
Wow-the "next stage" to solve the problem: Count us in.
To build the wood look, we covered the ceiling with BC Cedar and added outdoor speakers (
Install by command performance)
Music filled the room . . . . . . At any time, the Loons family that nest near our pier is in silence.
Masoka Rock offers the convenience of establishing a design connection with the interior.
You may remember that we specified this beautiful product (www.
Clothes for our family room fireplace?
In fact, the project was very successful and we chose to use the same stone to lay our burgeoning sunroom.
You'll also notice that we don't have curtains-for us, the semi-outdoor space is more about embracing the landscape-blending with nature-than decorating the windows.
To further enhance the feeling of outdoor activities, we found waterproof sofas and chairs in wicker Mall (www. wickeremporium. ca)
We decorated it with toss pillows made of Robert Allen fabric.
Lanterns, occasional clothes and carpets come mostly from home and Ikea-as always, we avoid letting bank managers fall into a heart free fall.
Affordable accessories like this help balance some of the bigger costs of rebuilding the structure.
You know the idea-spend a little money here and save a little money there . . . . . . So the work is finally done.
As the weather finally warms up, we look forward to having a great time indoors and outdoors.
As we speak, those pesky black fly larvae may be hatching, but we will be completely safe behind the screen before the twists and turns threaten the past.
Thank God for giving us the new sunroom!