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I went to his webs site and decided I had to have one of his swimming pools. I was wondering if anyone has bought from him?
 

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Never heard of him, could you link the site?
 

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If this is the guy from Witchita Kansas, then his buildings are of a very high quality. He was at the HAGRS show, had a few of his buildngs and bridges and other things with him. A very friendly and nice guy, him and his wife make the buildings together. Definately , they are built to last outside for a long time.
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Nice looking buildings and great variety. There are some buildings shown that have never been offered by other manufacturers
 

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They look to be positioned between "K'S" and "Hillcraft" but have a really nice selection. Hillcraft also had a nice selection, but I don't see them around anymore.
 
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Posted By altterrain on 08/10/2008 10:44 AM
Their site says they use basswood trim. Does basswood hold up long term outdoors?

-Brian




Alt. mines been treated and test been ran on them not for long but checking "if" it would hold and so it did, 5 months full sun.
Would like to try his stuff but I like self check out.

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PS got tired of moving it cause o turn mower might zap it
 

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I went ahead and ordered stuff. He makes it first and sends you a photo to make sure you like it. Then you pay for it. That seems like a really good deal.
 
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Posted By N.S. Rob on 08/10/2008 6:03 PM
I went ahead and ordered stuff. He makes it first and sends you a photo to make sure you like it. Then you pay for it. That seems like a really good deal.




Oh..so he makes it for you? No building required? Am I right. :confused:
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Posted By altterrain on 08/10/2008 10:44 AM
Their site says they use basswood trim. Does basswood hold up long term outdoors?
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In a word, NO.
 
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