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Re: Spring- Yeah!- tile floors


In a message dated 2/26/06 12:18:40 PM, Cersgarden@aol.com writes:


> I can't imagine not having a basement.   I do so much in my basement which
> is
> finished including a bedroom nowevere the furnace room is not finished but
> is
> painted and the foundation is poured cement which looks like brick.
>

Sorry, this is certainly unclear. The basement is finished except for the
furnace/storage room.   The finished part includes a bedroom however with 5
bedrooms it is rarely used but our son did use it when he was with us for a
short
time after miltary duty.
     Ceres

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