With the brick, mortar, frieze and cement boards, aluminum trim and siding up, there are only a couple of details left to finishing the exterior of the Oberg house.
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A rule of thumb concerning windows and doors is that they take up at least 10 to 15 percent of the cost of the home, which is why it's vital that homeowners do their homework and think long and hard when choosing both the doors and windows for their new home.
Lynn and Brad Oberg were involved in virtually every aspect of the design process for their new home. And when it came to designing the front door Brad had a novel idea, which was to take a French-wood hinge door that would typically be used off a patio or bedroom and use it as the entry door. He had some side lights and transom windows added around the door to create a unique, and beautiful, entranceway.
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