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Old 08-22-2011, 04:27 PM   #1
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Old 08-22-2011, 05:49 PM   #2
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A roof we started last week that seems to be dragging on. 4 layer tear off.

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Finished last week.
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Finished last Friday.
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Finished last week.
The white appliances look wrong against that cabinet stain.
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The white appliances look wrong against that cabinet stain.
yes but you must notice the workmanship and layout design as very good.
I agree and maybe black fronts would give it a more high quality look like the cabinets.
If you look at the window in the cabinet you get the idea of the dark against the finished cherry.
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Finished last week.
A little different, but nice

two islands!....

Where's the range?
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Old 08-23-2011, 09:00 AM   #8
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here are links to current job pics in another section.

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http://www.contractortalk.com/f30/ma...im-out-102309/
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the range is on the wall on the right side. didn't get a chance to snap a picture of that. i agree, the white appliances look wrong but the customer already had them and didn't want to purchase new ones just yet. 85k job and she's worried about re-using appliances. range, microwave (in the island) and range hood are stainless. the sink isn't in an island, that's a peninsula. we also built a desk area out of the same cabinets, but didn't get a picture of that either. i'll get better with the pictures.
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the range is on the wall on the right side. didn't get a chance to snap a picture of that. i agree, the white appliances look wrong but the customer already had them and didn't want to purchase new ones just yet. 85k job and she's worried about re-using appliances. range, microwave (in the island) and range hood are stainless. the sink isn't in an island, that's a peninsula. we also built a desk area out of the same cabinets, but didn't get a picture of that either. i'll get better with the pictures.
schaefercs really nice work.
I am shocked at the price tag! Did you include the whole structure of the kitchen or just the cabinet/sink fixtures?
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Helping out a fellow friend in some commercial. Around 1000 ft of blocking installed 16" at a time. Prepping the walls his way, to hang cabinets my way..

The plumbers also have been having fun, that's their pile of crete.
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Been doing a small reroof here are some pic of the roof and the view
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Not to be rude but why aren't those shingles nailed properly and why aren't the rain lines lined up?

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Do you have to go every 4' on the lines
I'm helping my friend with this job on his landlords house, I mention the nailing and he seemed insistent on nailing in the tar line I will remention this morning!

Oh your not being rude and I don't care anyway
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Finished this one up a while ago, but we recently just received some updated photos of the area from the client.

Turned out very nice.
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Got a call from a previous customer that has a rental. He called me to fix a door in the master bedroom. Turns out somebody ran in to the french doors and busted the bottom latch on the inactive door. Well when I got it off the hinges almost the whole skin was loose. I had to use a few clamps and a bit of glue.
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Ridge and hip caps tomorrow
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Standard 6 Panel door = 60 Bucks...
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Standard 6 Panel door = 60 Bucks...
+mortising in latch bolts+cutting in hinges+spray painting=$200+/-

Saving the customer a few bucks. He's a repeat customer and I'm doing a tile job for him next week. It's more about customer relations/service this time. I'll charge him $80 for 30 minutes worth of work and some glue.
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Ridge and hip caps tomorrow
Not a bad view Oh yeh nice job too

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