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post #21 of 25 (permalink) Old 05-14-2018, 11:15 PM
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@papasombre I do hope you will accept the nomination for contributor. It is such a pleasure to see your projects and comments.
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I sold custom and factory cabinetry. My complements on the vanity. It shows a lot of thought put into the design and building of the vanity. Thanks for sharing.

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Great job on the vanity, Alexis.
Do you have a passive solar water heater for your hot water? I've noticed a lot of rooftop hot water heaters in the Caribbean and S. American places we've been
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That is one good looking cabinet. Great job Sir.
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Great job on the vanity, Alexis.
Do you have a passive solar water heater for your hot water? I've noticed a lot of rooftop hot water heaters in the Caribbean and S. American places we've been

Hi, Dan.
I used to have an electrical water heater but I considered it unpractical so I deleted it due to the power bill, mainly.
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