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Old 02-07-2019, 12:52 PM   #11121
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Old 02-07-2019, 12:53 PM   #11122
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So I have done a lot of remodel work on the first house shown here, the tight lot line house. House was poorly built and they now want to do something a little more modern and nice. Wanted to tear it down. I can hardly imagine having to deal with that on those tight lot lines. I think I have them convinced to do a custom home on the lot I'm showing here. It can be gotten reasonably cheap for a lake lot and Horseshoe Bay, and I have a plan to dig back 25 feet on the right side there to reclaim Waterfront

The lake is down by the way in the pictures. It's been lowered After the flood for repairs

If I can get along with their son-in-law, who is the architect and is some kind of green guy who thinks you should do two foot centers and single top plates and a bunch of other retarded stuff we should be underway in the next few months. Be a big house and in a nice area. Fingers crossed

I remodeled and added on to the house to the right of it twice, the house to the left of it once.

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Painting at my in laws today. The house is about 200 years old, might as well use a plank that's about the same age lol

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First Panama city job. Nice to not be a one trick pony right now
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First Panama city job. Nice to not be a one trick pony right now
Are those rafters pressure treated?

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Once the sheathing and shingles are on, they are.
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Why? Just getting rid of wood on the trailer? Better cover that up for the sun will have it twisted everywhere. It will look like Tippy framed it. LOL
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Why? Just getting rid of wood on the trailer? Better cover that up for the sun will have it twisted everywhere. It will look like Tippy framed it. LOL

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They told me this particular sales guy always orders the pressure-treated reasons unknown
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LOL, that is weird man. Is that a porch with no soffit?
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There was a lean to here. We will have that built tomorrow
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Got it mostly wrapped up yesterday, just waiting for the shower door kit to arrive and that'll be all for this one[IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190207/ff0f0dc455f535eb9284c19c5e4d2df1.jpg[/IM[IMG]https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190207/efd2ef8f0059fec29ea5ad5130174580.jpg[/IM

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Looks like camouflage.
Suburban camo

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Drop ceiling in putting in one of my basement developments.

First time with an mdf kit ceiling. Not the best for install but looks nice onceís itís in.

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Drop ceiling in putting in one of my basement developments.

First time with an mdf kit ceiling.
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Itís not bad. 1/4 panels. Itís all direct mount with clips so it supports the weight better.
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They told me this particular sales guy always orders the pressure-treated reasons unknown
It's Florida,, We always use PT here also. Lots of little bugs like to we up the wood. Everything we frame with is PT.
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It's Florida,, We always use PT here also. Lots of little bugs like to we up the wood. Everything we frame with is PT.
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