05:41PM | 04/23/05
Member Since: 04/22/05
2 lifetime posts
I have a raised ranch...(thought it was a split foyer *G*)it burned and due to stupidity on my part the contractor made off with my plans and much of the money to fix...I have been digging out ever since and finally am sanding the wood siding to paint (could not match brick,so about 2/3 of house is now siding... am trying to find way to keep it from looking like a large rectangle cracker box *G*...maybe some sort of simple portico??? It has a beige/orangish mix brick and has been a real depressing dark brown...thanks for suggestions...also bought water putty to fill in siding holes???

doug seibert

12:21PM | 04/24/05
Member Since: 08/10/02
843 lifetime posts
sue.....Just keep the whole conversation in one thread......

and just post the extra punctuation.....the software will add the code.....

Please repost your Link in this thread.......I'll delete the other broken link/posts


01:13PM | 04/24/05
Member Since: 04/22/05
2 lifetime posts
Thank you for deleting my messes...

Here is link for neat book on raised ranch/split levels...I went out driving neighborhood and saw these ideas in action on other homes...


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