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Old 03-13-2019, 10:39 PM   #11341
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Travis, did you shoot a video on your phone?

If not, should get to this by the end of the month...

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I shot it but it was your phone. February 3rd or 4th 2018.

If I recall you sucked at making a run on purpose and went way overboard and weren't happy with it.
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Old 03-13-2019, 10:41 PM   #11342
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I shot it but it was your phone. February 3rd or 4th 2018.

If I recall you sucked at making a run on purpose and went way overboard and weren't happy with it.
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Old 03-13-2019, 11:04 PM   #11343
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Thanks Travis, I found them by the dates.

As Travis said, got a little heavy on the paint. You'll see the process.


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Old 03-13-2019, 11:24 PM   #11344
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Thanks Travis, I found them by the dates.

As Travis said, got a little heavy on the paint. You'll see the process.

https://youtu.be/67PyCglwgyg

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With a more properly applied amount of paint and a more typical run, this does in fact work. As I recall we tossed the piece in the dumpster and you said you would try again...
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Looks easy to do, but with some technique.
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Almost done with the stupid lightweight concrete
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Almost done with the stupid lightweight concrete
Self level right? Getting rid of low spot/ ponding?

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Big roof
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You got it. Getting rid of the ponds.

1 80lb bac stucco concrete and 1 25lb pag of perlite per mix..... 10 down 2 to go. Lol
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Right about 130sq with the walls.

Got my 170sq former save a lot waiting for me to get back to michigan....that one has to come off first.
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We've done fair amount of that before we Deck it.
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1 80lb bac stucco concrete and 1 25lb pag of perlite per mix..... 10 down 2 to go. Lol
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Wow 1700' of roof demo... Just curious how thick/layers on that thing.
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Right about 130sq with the walls.

Got my 170sq former save a lot waiting for me to get back to michigan....that one has to come off first.
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Wow 1700' of roof demo... Just curious how thick/layers on that thing.

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Roughly 3" of built up hot mop. I pulled the penetrations on the rear section last fall so the spray fomer could do his thing underneath.

Been waiting on that job for 2 1/2 years
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Is 3 yrs typical for commercial job of that size? Under the 3" of crap is there the usual steel deck with concrete? Shoots and dumpsters or pack up what we call jumbo sack's. Typically used for sand and cement etc. They hold 1.5+/- tons and crane off roof? We use the jumbo sack's Stage them and call a crane and demo guy on ground with trailer or stake body. We have a 1000' deck to demo soon. Cut it sack it crane to dump trailer below. Sack it to dump trailer.
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Roughly 3" of built up hot mop. I pulled the penetrations on the rear section last fall so the spray fomer could do his thing underneath.

Been waiting on that job for 2 1/2 years
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Is 3 yrs typical for commercial job of that size? Under the 3" of crap is there the usual steel deck with concrete? Shoots and dumpsters or pack up what we call jumbo sack's. Typically used for sand and cement etc. They hold 1.5+/- tons and crane off roof? We use the jumbo sack's Stage them and call a crane and demo guy on ground with trailer or stake body. We have a 1000' deck to demo soon. Cut it sack it crane to dump trailer below. Sack it to dump trailer.

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Staging 4000'... What a day

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Is 3 yrs typical for commercial job of that size? Under the 3" of crap is there the usual steel deck with concrete? Shoots and dumpsters or pack up what we call jumbo sack's. Typically used for sand and cement etc. They hold 1.5+/- tons and crane off roof? We use the jumbo sack's Stage them and call a crane and demo guy on ground with trailer or stake body. We have a 1000' deck to demo soon. Cut it sack it crane to dump trailer below. Sack it to dump trailer.

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6-12 months is more of a typical wait.
The owner has just had more pressing projects going and was using that building for storage. Now he has a gym tennant renting the rear section of the building and the front is leaking bad.

He is pretty much stuck with a complete and total reroof. I pushed to get him to do the rear last fall but he opted to wait.....i even told him after we pulled the penetrations out that the aluminum coil stock and tar patch job would last 6 months tops when we did it. As he initially had been the one to mention pulling the trigger on the "back 40" sq section.

I want to say that one has a steel deck, 1/2" celotex fiberboard then the felt and hot mop sandwich.
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The plan for us is to use my roofcutter. (That thing is on its second or third tank of fuel....lol) and use a skytrack to move the debris to the dumpster.

I'd love to do one of your projects
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Got the outside wrapped up today. I made the new fluted molding to match what was there before. Used Kleer boards for everything, so no rot worry.

Tomorrow I'll finish the casing inside and get the number back up on the outside, and that should wrap it up.

They are having new siding installed in a week or two, so that's why there's a gap at the edges

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