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Old 01-22-2018, 04:40 PM   #9161
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Looking at that thing I'd be grateful I was taking the pictures looking down instead of up through the hole in the ceiling I just fell through.
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After 9 months of back and forth. Finally getting a signed contract am able to start doing that first phase of this job. They had someone else install the windows, because I was not able to get to it when they wanted. Installer had no value how to flash them so now I get to do that right. Will take a while to do the whole job ,but I will make some pretty good money on it. Replacing the old Masonite side with steel.

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After 9 months of back and forth. Finally getting a signed contract am able to start doing that first phase of this job. They had someone else install the windows, because I was not able to get to it when they wanted. Installer had no value how to flash them so now I get to do that right. Will take a while to do the whole job ,but I will make some pretty good money on it. Replacing the old Masonite side with steel.

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You changing the downspouts Randy ?


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You changing the downspouts Randy ?


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Things are that slow in your area right now, eh?
That, or downspout-envy...
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Things are that slow in your area right now, eh?
my new slogan "no job too far!"
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We're still plugging away on this house we started in the fall... Board is being hung inside, should be getting to interior trim in a couple weeks. We're installing the siding in the meantime.


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Here is a ranch home located in Bergen County NJ.
In just 3 months, we completely remodeled this home.
The entire 1st floor was stripped down and we added the new second level. Upstairs we created 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a laundry.

The 1st floor is an open floor plan. A beautiful country kitchen as well was installed with custom mouldings throughout.

The garage was bumped out approx 9'. We also added a lemonade porch across the front of the house. To do this we needed to relocate the gas and electric lines.
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Here is a ranch home located in Bergen County NJ.

In just 3 months, we completely remodeled this home.

The entire 1st floor was stripped down and we added the new second level. Upstairs we created 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms with a laundry.



The 1st floor is an open floor plan. A beautiful country kitchen as well was installed with custom mouldings throughout.



The garage was bumped out approx 9'. We also added a lemonade porch across the front of the house. To do this we needed to relocate the gas and electric lines.


Westwood ?


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That's a lot of weight on top of a full roof.
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That's a lot of weight on top of a full roof.
Not too much, steel trusses 42" OC with 2 layers of 1/2" and 1" ISO got it pretty darn stiff.

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I work all over Bergen. Thought it looked like a house i drive by


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just got the go ahead on siding this 30 unit condo on one if the lakes in town


told them I would like to do it while the ground is froze. don't want to ruin the nice soft lake lot, with underground sprinkles with the lifts!!!!

it will either be hardie or lp, they haven't nailed that down yet.

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Shhhhh. I'll have to kill you if you see this.





Needed something to hold the door open, it's spring loaded.
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just got the go ahead on siding this 30 unit condo on one if the lakes in town


told them I would like to do it while the ground is froze. don't want to ruin the nice soft lake lot, with underground sprinkles with the lifts!!!!

it will either be hardie or lp, they haven't nailed that down yet.

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Looks like that will be a nice job. Do you get to do all the inside areas too. That is the one thing on the one I am working on that I don't have to do, the owners of each condo decided not to have that part done, which did not hurt my feelings.
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just all the outside portions, not the parts that go into and around the person's deck

don't have to do the 3rd story either, I guess that was done about 6 years ago

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Wrapping up a kitchen, bath and laundry room redo.
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