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Old 01-05-2017, 06:50 PM   #7081
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I finally got to take some pics of a kitchen I got to design/layout and install. It's the first one I've gotten to do the design and layout on, far from my first install though. The client loves it and I'm happy with how it all came out







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I finally got to take some pics of a kitchen I got to design/layout and install. It's the first one I've gotten to do the design and layout on, far from my first install though. The client loves it and I'm happy with how it all came out
Looks nice What's the flooring?
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Looks nice What's the flooring?
Thanks!

Flooring is 2 1/4 red oak, I believe we did Early American for the color

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Found some time to put in the backsplash at my house today. Hoping to finish the kitchen up this week.




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I feel like I'm working on a house on the moon. -24c today.

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Go inside, you idiot. This house is not worth your life!
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Couple degrees colder than I've ridden motorcycle in.
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I feel like I'm working on a house on the moon. -24c today.

I got cold just looking at the picture. You probably don't want to hear that it was 81 here.

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100 degree difference.
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Couple degrees colder than I've ridden motorcycle in.
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Haven't really ridden since my kids were very young. I'm a little crazy on a bike, ask the judge. Love the bike, the speed. I'm was a great rider. Still have the license, haven't been seated on a bike in years.

Only reason my father has grandkids is because of that bike.
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Helping a fellow who's down on his luck and out of $ get this house buttoned up. Framing and trusses by others on this 1.....owner ran out of $ so framing crew abandoned the project. Needs roof completed and sheeting done to save framing that's been out in the elements for months. Hoping to get paid a few months from now otherwise I guess it's my good deed for 2017
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That a lot of good will to get that dried in.
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How does one run out of money that early in a build??
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How does one run out of money that early in a build??
Guys house burnt down. He was to use payout from insurance company to rebuild. First mistake was trying to GC his own project with no real experience and 2nd mistake IMO was hiring "friends " to help out or do certain aspects of the project. The short of a long is he over payed for everything up to this point and ran out of $ long before he should have. It's a shame, real nice guy and he's been taken advantage of. Currently sleeping in a shed on the property because he's paying mortgage on burnt down house he has no $ to replace.

I'm hoping my time and $ here don't turn into a donation but I'm prepared to take the hit if it goes that way. I really believe doing good stuff for people comes back around someday so we'll see. $8,500 in materials and a crew for 2 days is what I'll have into it. Supposed to get paid back in bits and pieces as he's able.

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Do the right thing for yourself to protect the viability of your company. When money/insurance restoration is involved no good deed goes unpunished. Utilize your contract, change orders and don't work without a draw.

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Small part of a before and after - fire loss.

Loss date 10-17-16 completion date 01-7-17.

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Basic vanity I built for a bath remodel and a wallpaper graphic mural we installed today.

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