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    Time for a update. So my sliding glass door and bedroom windows are original to the condo (41 years old). The metal frames are scratched and look bad. My slider is hard to open and close. I thought French doors would be nice but are 6k without labor. I went everywhere that sold and installed as I want that to be the same place. I can get a sliding glass door that looks like a French door and both bedrooms done for 4800. The inside is white and the outside has to be bronze to match the rest of the building. They are coming to measure next week and then it needs approval by the board and then 14-17 weeks until installation.

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    That will be money well spent. Good looking doors that work well are nice.

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    Sounds nice! Good luck with it.
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    Nice, Terry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Nice, Terry.
    yes this set of doors look nice. What are you doing dor window coverings,
    TT?

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    A46976A7-A71D-4749-A1EF-CB2A5005BE52.jpg I bought 10 panels of these curtains 16 years ago for $700. I have used them in every place since. I just take them down before I list the house. They wash and dry nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teacher Terry View Post
    A46976A7-A71D-4749-A1EF-CB2A5005BE52.jpg I bought 10 panels of these curtains 16 years ago for $700. I have used them in every place since. I just take them down before I list the house. They wash and dry nicely.

    I like the pattern, And a nice neutral color.

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    IL, they are ivory and go with everything. I am surprised that they still look great after all this time.

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    Teacher Terry, we have three antique light fixtures that go with us from house to house. They just make us feel at home. So far three houses have seen these fixtures.

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