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Commented: Flooring MaterialHi, and thank you for the kind words! This is Fir with a clear finish on it. If memory serves, the planks are 2-1/4" wide. Hope this helps!
11 February, 2019
Commented: Siding Color?This is Sherwin Williams paint, and it's a digital color match from another project (see last paragraph). Something to be aware of: colors get altered a surprising degree during digital photo editing ...
29 August, 2017
Commented: Facia dimensionsThank you for the kind words! These are 2x12 Fascia boards, so they are 11-1/4" deep. Best of luck with your project!