Saturday, October 8, 2011

New Front Door

As the contractor was preparing to install the new door he said he noticed what might be termites.
My daughter got on the phone immediately and called Orkin. Orkin came rather quickly to discover they were only little black ants. (Thank goodness!) They treated us for the ants, but now we are going to have them come back and give us a treatment for termites.

Here is the new door all installed. Now all it needs is some paint!



9 comments:

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Pretty door~ the decorations are so spooky~ creepy, Halloweeny~ Looks wonderful~ love your decorating~
smiles
Teresa

earlene said...

Your new door is very welcoming!
I love the outside decor!!! I have wanted some cut outs like that but just can't seem to find them. You are ready for Halloween and put it all together nicely!
Enjoy this lovely day!
Earlene

Dani said...

Great decorating..love the cut outs..good no termites, they are destructive...

TheCrankyCrow said...

Very nice door....but, I wanna come trick or treating at YOUR house!! Your outside decor is fantastic!!! Your plants are gorgeous - but oh....the pumpkins and Halloween are singing to me!! Seriously cool stuff!! Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin (PS - thanks so much for the costume info!!)

Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives said...

Audrey

Your outside decor is fantastic!

Love those cut outs !

Hugs,
Linda

cindy said...

your home looks so great!! did you make the cutouts?? if so could you share where you got the pattern? i would love a set in my front yard!! thanks, cindy

Kathy said...

Everything looks wonderful, I love your halloween decoration.
Kathy

csbowlin said...

Oh my, I just can't get your witch costume out of my mind- it's so wonderful! Could you share where you got it from? Please?
Carla

Danielle Bailey said...

Did you make sure that all the termites were removed before installing the new door? If there were termites left, it would definitely damage the new door and would take another installation process and budget just to repair the damage. So if you want to save money, make sure that the first step would be faultless -- if you get to have another project like this. Danielle Bailey @ Vinylume Home Improvement