Russ did a bunch of work on a front porch (which was probably built in 1930 with the house) and the final result is fantastic.
There are six wooden support columns holding up the porch that had been repaired from water damage. Russ patched up holes, sanded, primered and painted the wood. And even suggested adding a trim piece that makes it look even nicer.
On all of the iron railings between the beams, he sanded and stripped away all of the old paint and rust, primed and painted them, replaced broken mounting brackets, reinstalled the railings with new hardware and screws for a tight fit. They were in terrible shape and now they look like new.
Finally, the old beadboard ceiling was in bad shape. Russ removed the old trim and beadboard, replaced it with new beadboard and trim and stained and sealed it all up with urethane. It looks like new now.
His attention to detail is really good, and he thinks about the project and works on it like it was his own house. He made a lot of good suggestions and the final result is much better because of it.