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Old 09-01-2012, 04:29 PM   #1201
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Old 09-01-2012, 04:36 PM   #1202
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here's one we assembled the other day.
rest of kitchen pics will follow as soon as the backsplash gets here
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doing 8sq of reroof on my friends house nextweek..
2 layer tear off...
then its gonna be boogie time to get it back down!
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Nick yeah that is exactly why i do it. There is less room for error and plus it makes it easier while framing it by yourself. I've always called it a crows foot. I framed that in while the guy you can see in the pic sheeted behind me. Even the 21' hip there is cut the same way.
That's what I was wondering Great idea I would be fudging around getting it to plane.
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doing 8sq of reroof on my friends house nextweek..
2 layer tear off...
then its gonna be boogie time to get it back down!
Just think if you covered it all in 30lb. roof paper
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Hey CC hows the lift working?
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JT good man we set the trusses on this bungalow with it
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Standard 6 Panel door = 60 Bucks...
Definitely would have charged more than the cost of a new one to do what you're doing there.
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big wrap around screen porch added 500sf to this little house, and a dozen windows to look at the lake through.

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That's a bute bizusn
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This is my latest bird mansion . It will be 13 ft wide and have close to 200 rooms . It will weigh close to 1,000 lbs
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well not much more left on this one
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i guess that frieze build out is for the frieze to be flush with the front of the brick?
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Cool steel staircase going in our current custom. We have been working with our local steel fab shop on this one. My old man did the design off a couple of pics the client provided. The fab shop welded them and we have been fitting and installing them. We still have the 2" thick maple treads to attach yet. Then the custom railing. This set is from the basement and there is another set that mirrors this to go to the second floor.

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