Exterior Work Rebuilt the back porch on this home, adding proper footings and fir decking. Replicated the original hand rail of this rebuilt porch. The new railings, flower boxes and casing around the door make this front entry warm and inviting. The crown molding added to the top of this doorway ties in with the rest of the architectural details of the house. (See the nails? It’s also a great place to hang Christmas garland!) The new front entry to this house now looks as great as the rest of it! This garage had two sets of doors, and the owner decided the carriage doors at the back were superfluous. I removed them and built a solid wall. The garage now looks like it was built with a solid back wall. The new clapboards are woven seamlessly into the existing structure. This house has a great backyard, but it needed a nice place for the family to sit and enjoy some meals. The wide stairway invites people from the deck down into the backyard. The black, metal balusters fade into the background and allow the family to enjoy the view of the trees behind their yard. This tired deck (above) needed a facelift. And here is the result (below). The new deck in an inviting place to host a party, or even to just enjoy a family dinner. The benches with integrated planters will make this deck a terrific place to host guests. The front porch of this home was rebuilt to match the existing porch, and to match the back porch which was rebuilt a few years previously. The footings, structure, decking and railings are all new and structurally sound, but the look of the old porch was preserved. The hand rails of these railings were replicated and replaced.