can feel the cold air when I put my hand in front of those places. I've put some of that awful-looking foam weather stripping kind of stuff on the door frame in those gap areas, but it looks so unattractive. I took this photo a wk or so ago. There had been a small indication of this for a while but then I saw this deeper protrusion. I suppose that means the house is settling? It was built in 1979. Is this something to be concerned about? I want to fix the door so either it isn't
hanging crooked, or find something not so ugly to fill in the gaps. Ideas?
Commented on Dec 03, 2012
There is a aluminum & vinyl screw on exterior weather stripping that attaches to the door jamb
We just finished a large Atlanta home show over the weekend and actually won "Best In Show"
this time- which was a first for us! You want to make sure to create a booth or display that draws attention ...even if your product is not something someone is currently interested you want to stand out in their mind later so that when the time is right...they will remember you. Make sure you have friendly staff working the event that won't pressure or annoy show attenders as well. I have a rule to not allow anyone to use cell phones or computers while working because I do not want them to appear bored or uninterested in what's going on. Feel free to email me for more info or advice! :) Candice- EXOVATIONS
We have not experienced painting of the older composite Trex boards but we sure have heard a
lot of complaints about the product. We currently sell and install Trex products and LOVE the product with the new technology shell but we have run into several people at home shows across the GA area that say they are having the same issues as it seems you are having with it fading. I do hope you find a soluttion!
Our propane tank is small since it only is used for our fireplace. The propane tank was rusted and unsightly. I painted it to look like a watermelon with a ladybug on top. It is in the shade all the time, so no danger of overheating due to paint.