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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/28/2011, 8:25 PM

    Diamond D - in fact you have just answered my question. Thank you for your gracious time. I have noticed a defensiveness on this site, which is a shame. For what it is worth, I ...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/26/2011, 4:28 PM

    Each riser is 2.5 sqft, and there are 11 risers total, so total riser sqft is 27.5. The 2x3' are to be included on the stair surfaces. Here is an example of my request: http:...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/26/2011, 1:26 PM

    Sorry, trying to be efficient. Straight stairs, 11 risers each 7in. Total of 175 sqft of stair, 11 stairs total. No curves, retaining wall on one side which the tiles will abut....

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/26/2011, 7:53 AM

    1-1.5in thick, 12x12in to 24x36 rec and squares.

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/25/2011, 6:47 AM

    Thx for insight

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    Sir MixalotPosted new reply in Masonry8/28/2011, 9:38 PM

    Thank you for posting on ContractorTalk.com. Straight pricing questions are frowned upon here, as are 'Going Rate' questions. If you are a contractor seeking advice regarding y...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/2/2011, 5:39 PM

    Waterproof membrane

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry8/1/2011, 7:02 AM

    Best way to secure metal lath to cmu? Concrete nailer/stapler?

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/29/2011, 10:01 AM

    I have no advice, but that is beautiful man. How did you do it?

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    JBMPosted new reply in Masonry9/10/2011, 12:23 PM

    I've often water-fed with one hand, operating a given tool with the other. Err....one ought to be confident with the given tool first. That man is a trained lunatic. Anyway, d...

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    esenterprisePosted new reply in Landscaping9/12/2011, 4:00 PM

    We do the same except we dont use a sock only landscape fabric as a barrier between the rock and soil

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/19/2011, 11:50 PM

    Thanks guys for ideas. Maybe will use them when I get home. grinder idea last 55 minutes. Opted for flatish roof instead. Belizian masonry. Thank god for the scuba.

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/18/2011, 1:47 PM

    I was afraid you would say that. Location does not allow for it. I think what I will do if the chisel plan fails is take down the wall, A-frame the roof or even better a simple ...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/18/2011, 12:45 PM

    The wall was built with standard 8x816"CMU, variable (poor quality) bond (one month at a time it appears) without a solid roofing construction plan. Do not have a camera, here i...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/17/2011, 11:48 PM

    Ream away, I know that procedure well. I wont tell anybody about your dolls, I swear:thumbup: I am the closest to a pro these people will see for a year, unless you wish to fly ...

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    uromanPosted new reply in Masonry7/19/2011, 11:50 PM

    Thanks guys for ideas. Maybe will use them when I get home. grinder idea last 55 minutes. Opted for flatish roof instead. Belizian masonry. Thank god for the scuba.

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