Kinsey Lane: Since I’ve been a kid I’ve always been creating things.
Tom: You know those kids that spent all their time in class drawing things…
Kinsey: He does imaginative realism
Tom: They grow up and became adults who draw things, that you’d swear were photographs.
Mike Jones / Mueller: Seems like the type of people that gravitate towards us.
Tom: They are Kinsey and Jessie Lane, opening an art studio gave them a new way to show off their talents.
Kinsey: We framed the whole building we ran the electrical lines, we did the plumbing, we wired all the lights
Tom: The inside… is all do it yourself… the outside?
VO: Steel Beams being put in place.
Mike Jones: They were probably 15 to 20 lbs. a foot, you’re looking at 800 lbs. to 850 lbs. a rafter.
Tom: Mueller Steel Buildings are designed so that you can build them yourself.
David Bowen / Straight Line Construction: The Frame is the biggest part, you get it nice and square and everything where it goes… it’s a no brainer after that.
Tom: When it comes to the heavy lifting, most Mueller customers prefer to get help.
David Bowen: We do about sixty to seventy a year, and I’ve been doing it for about twenty five years.
Tom: Quality constructed steel… property assembled. The result….. Woodland Lane. The mission…
Kinsey: To spread art to the community, a place where people can come, and be social, and enjoy doing art together.
Tom: Remember that thing YOU loved doing when you were a kid? Maybe now’s the time… Mueller Steel Buildings are a blank canvas.
Mike: It’s really just up to a person’s imagination is to what they want to do with it.
Tom: For HomeShow Radio dot com I’m Tom Tynan.