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Old 10-01-2011, 01:35 AM   #81
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Resta your work makes my nipples hard... I mean this in a totally heterosexual, manly way.
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Old 10-01-2011, 07:27 AM   #82
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Resta your work makes my nipples hard... I mean this in a totally heterosexual, manly way.
There are some things one dude just shouldn't say to another dude

Although it is beautiful work
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Not straight ceilings and walls are not my problem .... as I put my molding so as to be ... you set it straight before or after me...or I'll charge extra.

Moorewarner..... you have sixth sense
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Not straight ceilings and walls are not my problem .... as I put my molding so as to be ... you set it straight before or after me...or I'll charge extra.

Moorewarner..... you have sixth sense
Resta, if you ever need a sweep up/run-n-fetch/clean the tools guy, as long as I get to wear a video recording headset, I'm your intern.

I'll just have to tell my Girl I am going to plaster school for a couple 2-6 months...
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wish i could zoom into see the detail
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This was my first shower design+build. It's sort of a cool trapezoidal shape. I think it photographed rather nicely. What do you guys think?

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No drip edge or tar paper.... SWEET!



No stain either....



Customer doesn't want a new one so fix this it is. Make it respectable looking anyway...
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Been working on some bar cabs made from Sapele' Had to deal with the lally column in the room. Surrounded it with cabinets. The stone still needs to go on and the cabinet surrounding the column will need to be removed and reinstalled. A pain, but a reality.

Some eCab renderings





Well, today was install day. Went well, got it done.

You can see the lally column to the left.






You can see the top of the lally column now that it is wrapped
in the cabinet.
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Today was the day to put the hottub back up on the deck. It's a very heavy tub, somewhere between 600 and 1000 lbs. We would have gotten a crane but there is really no way to get one in there.

Pre meeting.



Big Tub


It's going up the ladders, everything seems to be holding!


At this height things were starting to get a bit wobbly, need to secure the situation.



Going to tie some fancy knots so things don't go flying!


Right when I have things tied off I gotta go sticking my head under there....


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Got it to the top of the ladders, everything is stable. Working on setting up the ramps to roll it.


Everything is set and we're ready to roll! How do we get ourselves in these messes..


Rolling right along..


Everything is still holding, looks like this might work after all!


Big Troy gives it the last shove!


And it a done deal!
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Sketchy very sketchy I can see myself getting into a position like that. Glad those ladders didn't all crumple up on you. GOOD WORK sometimes a guy does get himself in a spot. VICTORY!!!
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Great job, necessity is the mother of invention
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I woulda taken the easy way out and brought out the Bobcat.

But then that wouldn't be nearly as exciting as these pics. lol... Glad it worked!
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Been working on some bar cabs made from Sapele' Had to deal with the lally column in the room. Surrounded it with cabinets. The stone still needs to go on and the cabinet surrounding the column will need to be removed and reinstalled. A pain, but a reality.

Some eCab renderings





Well, today was install day. Went well, got it done.

You can see the lally column to the left.






You can see the top of the lally column now that it is wrapped
in the cabinet.
Looks sharp Is the a crown or other molding going in after the countertops?

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Yes, there is a crown molding going on the upper cabs. Trying to get this out so they can get the countertop templated. No need for crown to do that.

I have a few more things that I need to do over there this year (more next year). I have to build a maple panel half wall so they can put a countertop on that, it is behind the chairs in the theater room for those who feel like standing. I have a maple window seat and a half maple, half sapele' door and a poplar passage door w/trim to make too.
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this i did on the last day of summer for my friends aunt..
I think they look sliiiiiiiiick
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made my own notched 2x4 for the lattice and all. And i was fortunate to get a nice clear sheet of plywood as you can see

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