Owner Aaron Teska and co-worker, Matt. They did the entire project except for a little help early on.
If you look closely, you can see that the window frame is cut with 45 degree angles vs. the straight method on my other windows. It looks so much more "finished." These guys did a great job.
The outside is all cleaned up and I got a big pile of wood scraps for my fireplace. And no, it is not treated lumber. You can't use treated lumber inside because it bleeds through the drywall--I was told.
This is the front dormer that had the roof angle changed so it wasn't that swoop. The gutter now hangs over and away from the wall. Hope this does the trick!
Above is the old roof angle.
On the good side of that frugality, I already have wool area rugs for the two new rooms and lamps that were thrift finds worth far more than what I paid for them.
Three views from the new rooms above. Looks like I've got a straight shot at the Strudel home from the south room (first two shots).