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Old 01-10-2019, 10:05 PM   #10981
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That's the only Oak I don't mind working with. Stains nice.
Agree! If it's gonna be oak let it be QSWO...hell that looks good even with good ol golden oak stain...
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Old 01-10-2019, 10:19 PM   #10982
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I like it with a medium brown stain on the slightly orange side.
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Old 01-10-2019, 10:38 PM   #10983
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I like it with a medium brown stain on the slightly orange side.
No orange tone on this one, probably going with Zar Salem Maple.

This floater is just 30 sheen clear KA+.

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Those are tall toe kicks
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Gotta do a repair on the floor?

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Old 01-11-2019, 02:56 PM   #10988
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been working on trying to get the roof shimmed a little straighter

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how steep was the new roof they were working on?
if it's over a 8/12 I would strip it with 2x4s just so I have a nice step every 2' on the roof to walk on

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Nice work!

Gotta do a repair on the floor?

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We installed the kitchen and tile backsplash. The countertop guys spilled some solvent on the floor. I'm not sure who took care of it.
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They needed to get the cabinets above the hydronic heat.
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Moving some lines around this thing is almost as old as I am

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how steep was the new roof they were working on?
if it's over a 8/12 I would strip it with 2x4s just so I have a nice step every 2' on the roof to walk on

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about a 4/12 , Personally I don't like to put furring down if there is a good deck.
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They needed to get the cabinets above the hydronic heat.


Does the heat continue under all of it?
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Does the heat continue under all of it?
No, just over to the wall oven. That's the reason that the designer used the furniture legs that are open under the cabinets. The back of the cabinets sit on a cleat that is screwed to the wall.
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about a 4/12 , Personally I don't like to put furring down if there is a good deck.
seems like we have a hard time finding a good roof deck to screw to around here

if it newer, then it's just 1/2" osb. then we would have to add almost twice the screws to hold the steel down

then when its older it might be gapped sheeting. I would be afraid of the screws getting in the gap or right on the edge and splitting the board and not holding

I probably strip the roof 90% of the time, just the way I like to do it. gives me piece of mind that I know what I'm hitting with my screws

but if I built it new and it's supposed to get steel,
then I sheet with 3/4" and screw right to the deck.

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No orange tone on this one, probably going with Zar Salem Maple.

This floater is just 30 sheen clear KA+.

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Looks good.

The two different height counters would drive me nuts though.
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about a 4/12 , Personally I don't like to put furring down if there is a good deck.
unless your doing more standing seam, then I would not put that over a stripped roof

only install that on a solid deck

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