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Old 05-02-2013, 11:43 PM   #2161
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Interior trim work on this one.
I'm on as a hired hand.
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Old 05-02-2013, 11:45 PM   #2162
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Painted I assume?
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Yes, with the exception of the cypress in the "study", which will also be getting box beam ceiling treatments. It's stain grade.


The painters here have no respect for a tight miter. Every inside corner is rounded off with a thick bead of caulk
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And also on the burner is this project. Map racks being built finished, and shipped out to franchise owners of "Discovery Maps" resort maps.
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Yes, with the exception of the cypress in the "study", which will also be getting box beam ceiling treatments. It's stain grade.


The painters here have no respect for a tight miter. Every inside corner is rounded off with a thick bead of caulk
Aaron, in one picture it looks like the drywall was removed before the wainscot was installed? Donít think Iíve seen that method before. Whatís the thought behind it?

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Very nice Aaron! those are the kind of trim jobs i like doing, yet there not the majority.
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:50 PM   #2167
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Aaron, in one picture it looks like the drywall was removed before the wainscot was installed? Donít think Iíve seen that method before. Whatís the thought behind it?

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I'm not sure what the reasoning was either, and in hindsight I wish they had left the rock up. Getting those T&G cypress boards to lay flat and not dip in and out with all the stud variations was a chore. If they had left the rock up it would have smoothed out the issues a little better.

Maybe since the room is already on the long and narrow side.... they were trying to squeeze every inch out of the width??
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This is my own place. Just finished demo. Doesnt look like anything is worth saving in the interior. The roof is a mind F. If I could get my hands on Frank E Smith... The framing is crazy. I can't believe it felt as solid as it did. Structural lath
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Crown work. Simple 5 13/16 on 7 crown.
13 foot ceilings.
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Staircase ceiling heights difference 3/4
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Just few more.
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Thanks! I've been looking forward to seeing more of your work for some time now.
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Well, yesterday was the day!
Stripped it off, got my bin in place and got moving!. The ice and water and tarpaper i bought sucked! The ice and water went down like a bitch and the tarpaper didn't hold a chalk line. I thought i would not finish in 1 day.... started around 7:15... finished shingling by 3 and then took my time to do caps and clean up. I did a full clean up... it was interlock so i brought my shop vac and vacuumed. She was so impressed she gave me a bonus!! I need to figure out a better way to snap lines on wavy roofs, its hard to do solo
The way i wore my tool belt it lifted up my shirt... i have a 2 inch sunburnt strip on my lower back.. like a roofers tramp stamp... but ill leave it at that


Dammit, wrong thread... can someone direct this to the post a picture thread. Both of my present posts...
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At school we worked with alum beams. We set up scaff and then built a slab with columns and capitals. I was foreman. I worked with aluma before so it was easy, but the way they taught me to build capitals was too good! I always thought they were hard... just think a little and your angles are all there.
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3 framers. Day 6



This was on Thursday, and Friday we got in half a day. We had a fall arrest course in the morning.
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Dam man youz guys are jammin
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We've been together for 5.5 years pretty much. Other guys have come and gone, but we've been the core 2 guys for our boss during this time.

Me and the other employee will be finishing the roof tomorrow, and then there is some interior work left, and the stairs.
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Have you guys done that model before B.?
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One very similar a year and a bit ago down the road from that one.
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Outdoor cabinets for a condo remodel we are doing. This is the new spray room we just built, and as always, we are working in it before its finished or set up. Lol

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