Jobsite of the Week: Scenery and Scaffolding for Days

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Chad Lyons, owner of Lyons Painting & Design, called this historic home at the south end of Bainbridge Island, Wash., looking east out across Puget Sound at Seattle, a stunning tribute to design and craftsmanship, being precariously hung on the edge of a cliff. 

Designed by Carl Gould, a prominent Seattle architect, and built around 1914-1915, this was reportedly the first home on Bainbridge Island with electricity—powered by a giant generator that was housed in a concrete room in the basement. 

We call it a stunning paint job performed well on a challenging site. Kudos to the Lyons Painting team!


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