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Jobsite of the Week: Detail Work in the Woods

12 November, 2020

You can practically smell the leaves and paint in this week's jobsite. The work was done by Distinctive Painting and Bayfield based Boutin Construction. The work was pretty accent focused covering items like window trim, doors and handrails. Products used include Benjamin Moore, Sashco Big Stretch caulk and Purdy brushes.


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Transforming Pensacola

 

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