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    "My thanks to Chris and Damon for their nice work on my house. They worked hard, got things done in the time they had predicted, and were polite and professional. Their work was very good- the living room ceiling looks fabulous, as there was quite a bit of water damage before. I am very pleased with the results, exactly what I wanted. Thanks so much."

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  • Use Old Wood For New Designs

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    If you have old pieces of wood…don’t throw them out! Let the Cleveland Contractors at Reilly Painting & Contracting use those pieces and incorporate them into your home. Old is in!

    When it comes to timber, what’s old can become new in the hands of artisans, craftspeople and do-it-yourselfers. Anyone with a plan can give reclaimed wood a second chance and another life.

    The patina of old hardwood is defined by its imperfections, which themselves are the result of many years of wear and tear. These imperfections — whether they look rustic or elegant — form a visual history that can make a table or bench look extraordinary.

    Newer wood is another option. A savvy procurer can find it on the floor of a furniture workshop or at a construction site. Whether you plan to use reclaimed wood to build an end table or to lay a new floor for a game room, there are some general rules to follow to get the best product possible.

    Read more at eHow Home.
    This post was originally written by Brook Reilly.
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