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Jason chose trim to match the house. For the top trim, he chose casing molding. For the bottom, the pick was a 1x6 pine with miter and chamfer cuts. He used an adjustable miter saw to cut the trim to desired lengths. The shutters need a paint job. Jason decided a deep cherry color would look good with the house. Normally, likes to remove the shutters before painting, but Brandon's were difficult to remove so were left in place. Jason's solution for the broken sidewalk was to replace it with a new paver walkway.
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