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Host: Two days ago Chris and Nathalie Miller hit the home improvement center for baby proving supplies. They took a chance on contractor Josh Temple and put the faith of there superb and family room firmly in his hands but will let pay out off. Are you guys ready for this? Well that’s remains to be seen. Jim Temple: Now when we talk about this yesterday the first thing we are doing that we are talking about is the fire place right? Host: The fireplace needs the big time face lift and not just the half below the tile line. Josh has floor to ceiling redo plan as part of the room same with the media room. The high depth TV hangs in a low interest out cove but not for long, customize cabinetry will help pop the plasma, the walls and windows are on track form innovated over whole too. Jim Temple: That’s what we are going to do we can’t waste anymore time because we have a lot of work to do so let’s get moving. You are going to helping Alex, Alex is going to building the mantel. Host: Alex and Chris get to work making 45 degree angled miter cut that will match the angle of the wall, the pieces are glued together reinforce with finishing nails and sanded before staining. Alex: You know I really did want a mantel because it was just so boring with those plain tiles around it and now I can actually think about hang some stockings for Dorsey for Christmas. Host: To blackout the glair in the living room Johnny and Phoebe are making some totally original hanging doors to cover the windows. Inside Josh gives Madeline some pointers on building the mantel base plate. Josh: Okay here is what we are going to do, you are going to start right here right on that. Madeline: Here? Josh: Yeah. So this ultimately will go up against the wall like so. Host: Josh uses a combination of 2x4 and plywood to create an angle base for the fireplace when it’s done it will hopefully holds the solid piece of costume granite. Josh: Okay so it’s time to do the media the cabinet. Look at that you did the great job already and what we are building right now is the upper piece that’s going to have two doors on either side with the glass opening and glass shelves and then the center portion we are going to have the shelves so they can displace some decorative items. Host: Perfect and we are just basically build this into the wall right now. Josh: In the essence of time we are going to cut all the pieces here and get them inside, get them up so people can serve. Host: Next step, installing the false back on the media center which is going to hold the TV, believe it or not we’re close, we’re router a grove in the door for a glass insert then send it off to get painted. Inside time to trick out TV land. Josh: Unbelievable. Host: What do you think? Madeline: Crazy, absolutely crazy we keep saying with hold in judgment we did the right thing it’s absolutely gorgeous. Josh: I was worry but this looks phenomenal. Host: Before the millers had a crane there neck to see the TV, now thanks to Josh and his crew it tilts and wobbles inside its own costume cabinet and the new glair blocking window covers make for a video gamers paradise. Oh and the blast fireplace that brought about the crash in a first place it becoming a fitting centerpiece in this brand new home theater.
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