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Old 08-25-2011, 06:15 PM   #21
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All glass mosaic. Big fun....


Using the new Laticrete GTA... damned good pookey.
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Old 08-25-2011, 07:04 PM   #22
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Well I'm not roofer but I do what I gotta do to feed my kids
This ones a rap Maybe not perfect but they're happyAnd I'm paid
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Well I'm not roofer but I do what I gotta do to feed my kids
This ones a rap Maybe not perfect but they're happyAnd I'm paid
Sounds a lot like my song his year. We have done 4 or 5 roofs this year. Probably more than in the last ten years combined.
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Well I'm not roofer but I do what I gotta do to feed my kids
This ones a rap Maybe not perfect but they're happyAnd I'm paid
Looks good, I didn't know people put on three tabs anymore. Maybe it's because of the snow here but I haven't seen 'em put on for quite awhile, besides I'm no roofer so what do I know. Looks good and congrates on keeping the family fed.
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This ones a rap Maybe not perfect but they're happyAnd I'm paid
No, they don't have to have the rainlines perfect, although it is more common. And about the nails, I am sure they will hold but hey you got paid, they are happy and as long as it doesn't leak, they will continue to be happy

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Looks good, I didn't know people put on three tabs anymore. Maybe it's because of the snow here but I haven't seen 'em put on for quite awhile, besides I'm no roofer so what do I know. Looks good and congrates on keeping the family fed.
Mainly because in this region quality-3tabs are only a few dollars a square less then dimensionals.
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I will pay the difference for the customer to avoid 3 tab if needed.
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All glass mosaic. Big fun....


Using the new Laticrete GTA... damned good pookey.
i thought the customer wanted it to be installed vertically .
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i thought the customer wanted it to be installed vertically .
You're right!


Actually, that was the original plan, but she changed it on me.
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I will pay the difference for the customer to avoid 3 tab if needed.
That's exactly what my roofer friends say.
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That's exactly what my roofer friends say.
Oh great, now I even sound like a roofer. Excuse me while I change my profile.
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Finished last Friday.
Looks amazing !
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This is a photo of a custom sink we recently built of solid copper. http://www.rachiele.com
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One big chunk?
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Old 08-26-2011, 11:49 PM   #35
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Work on a deck demo and replace and also doing the LP siding remove and replace, will be painting this one too. Got more pic on a cam but this is what was on the phone.





Gotta get this tub down from there safely...My back was already hurting.



Ah, a ramp and a comealong!



Crappy pic, I'm loven the dump trailer. I giggle like a little kid everytime I dump out another load!

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Too busy to take too many photos (no really... its a good thing), but I got a couple of shots waiting for some fascia to be cut the other day.

I keep kicking myself for not taking more. I want something to look back on when I'm old and can't walk anymore.

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That looks like it may be on bear Mountain.
Just drove through there last weekend .
Impressive
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WildWill - How'd that ramp and come along work? I had horrible visions of that tub getting going a little too fast and hitting those flat beams with a mighty thunk.
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WildWill - How'd that ramp and come along work? I had horrible visions of that tub getting going a little too fast and hitting those flat beams with a mighty thunk.
I had to put massive tension on it and then the guys would get it with the bars a bit to get it to slide. Came right down with no damage other then the fact that it
's a rotting heap of .... stuff. Such a crappy tub, I hate to put it back up there. The guy is a bit short on funds and we're still working on getting him to sign for the paint job. I hate having to put that crappy tub back up there but I'm not saying anything until we bag the paint job.
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This is a photo of a custom sink we recently built of solid copper. http://www.rachiele.com
Isn't copper bad to eat off of. It looks great though.

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