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i just finished up installing this metal balusters over the weekend, what do you guys think?
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Man, I'm not a big fan of iron work inside, but boy that sure looks nice!!!! Excellent design choice and installation. Brings two separate crafts together seamlessly...

great job
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Hi Ron

VERY nice job, well done

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Hi Ron,
That job came out very nice. I also do metal work & like the look of both crafts used on the same project. Well done!

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FANTASTIC job!

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Beautiful job looks very classy
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