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Porch over hang awning


whofan
whofan
whofan
whofan

Last winter my side door awning was torn off the house by falling ice.
This spring I rebuilt it and made it bigger and safer by supporting it by 4x4 post on concrete footings.
My Ryobi tools came in handy.

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Porch over hang awning

by whofan
May 26, 2013

Last winter my side door awning was torn off the house by falling ice. This spring I rebuilt it and made it bigger and safer by supporting it by 4x4 post on concrete footings. My Ryobi tools came in handy.