Synergy Design & Construction, Inc.

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Can you install wood planks behind a range (similar to shiplap)? If so, does it have to be a certain type?
We are not a fan of wood behind the range or cooktop unless it is electric maybe even induction.
I recently discovered that the interior support for a slumpstone column that holds up a small roof overhang was missing or rotted. Is this a job for a mason?
Jan 28, 2017
Yes A mason with some old school skills.

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