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Vote for Your Favorite Exterior Trim and Siding Details

comments (0) October 3rd, 2010 in Blogs
Which trim project do you think deserves the prize?Click To Enlarge

Which trim project do you think deserves the prize?


It's your time to decide

Please help us choose a winner for our recent photo gallery design challenge. Once we've tallied the votes, one lucky person will take home the new Senco f-15 hoseless finish nailer. We've narrowed the field down to four finalists - now it's your turn to decide who's done the best job. Take a look at the photos and then vote for your favorite entry on the poll below. Click the titles or thumbnails to see more images and information about each project. We'll announce the winner later on this week.

refurbished-greek-revival



1880s-bay-window



Cape-May-gingerbread



hidden-rain-gutters


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