"vintage shasta"Terry tree repair
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Terry tree repair
Date(s): Aug 2012. Album by Dan Hellier. 1 - 21 of 21 Total. 970 Visits.
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Decided to use a "skin graft" from a hidden place in the closet.

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Lucky me, I found the jackpot of wiring.  I nicked one low voltage wire.  I cut out the damaged area and re-sliced the wire.

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Adding lips to the repair area so the new panel will have a surface to attach to at the seams.

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Window removed to facilitate repair.

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This wall was full of water.  Here you can get a good look at the mold that was growing in there.

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Damaged area cut & prepped for fibre glass.

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Fibre glass resin & cloth in place and dry.

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Adding lips to the seams of the wall splice.

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Not exactly the cosmetic finish I would have liked, but it is weather proof, and double sealed with the panel I put on next.

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The finished project.  There was so much water in the light that it was shorting out.  When I pulled the light assembly off the wall earlier in the repair, water gushed out.

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1/8 inch luan in place of original inside closet.

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Actually looks like it belongs there.  Hide's most of the repaired area, and is sealed water tight around repair.

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