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Old 01-27-2018, 08:32 PM   #61
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Have you guys been able to work much this winter?


Personally I have a surprising amount of inside work this year for winter (smaller projects) so I have been working steady, and most bricklayers I know have been able to tarp in on their larger jobs.

How bout yourself? Itís the one thing I always hated about this trade is the lean times around winter. Financially 2 steps forward and 2.5 steps back!


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Old 01-27-2018, 08:55 PM   #62
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Ive got work and landed two more jobs tonight.But weathers been so bad we cant get footings in and get anything started.

Weve been able to do a couple of chimney repairs and get them wrapped up.

Ive got two stone fireplaces to do but im waiting for the mantels to come in
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Ive been working in the shop and office everyday and meeting people but not getting any money coming in.

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