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Old 03-31-2019, 05:54 PM   #61
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Yes. As fast as 5 of me can do it
I didn't realize that's how that was done.. pretty cool. What's the life of that weld/connection?
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Old 03-31-2019, 05:57 PM   #62
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I didn't realize that's how that was done.. pretty cool. What's the life of that weld/connection?
Life of the membrane. Once its welded its one piece. Should never come apart. The welded seams are stronger that the membrane itself
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We have light again!!! Lol

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Good times....been doing this crap for 3 solid days
Shoot, you need a garage dolley to scoot around on...

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Still plugging away at the siding here... Been slow going. We're waiting on the PoCo to reinstall a mount for the main line before finishing up the last wall.

Plus, a look at the home we'll be starting as soon as the end of this week.

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Yes. As fast as 5 of me can do it
There's 5 of you? I just thought that you had multiple personality disorder.
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That's impressive. I wish there were two of me, and you have 5.

My wife on the other hand, I doubt she wishes there were two of me.
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Still plugging away at the siding here... Been slow going. We're waiting on the PoCo to reinstall a mount for the main line before finishing up the last wall.



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Still plugging away at the siding here... Been slow going. We're waiting on the PoCo to reinstall a mount for the main line before finishing up the last wall.


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That is one big hill behind the house.
There are a lot of big hills out west here, think back east they call them mountains.
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Tops and appliances are in.

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Doing a small laundry room. Upper and a lower. You remember the ironing board I showed a short video of, this is the cabinet that will hold it. There will also be some thick shelves from the upper to the wall over the washer/dryer. The lower shelf will have removable bars for hanging towels.

The lower does get a back on it. Pic is before it was applied.







And a simple 4 door upper, it'll have crown up to the ceiling.



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Gott'r installed today.






The Room will be called "Steve's Board Room' It's actually the husbands ironing board



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Gott'r installed today.

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The Room will be called "Steve's Board Room' It's actually the husbands ironing board
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Does that board fold up?
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Nope. Stays like that always



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The hinges have since been oiled.



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You guys using soft maple for those painted doors or poplar?

Poplar seems to telegraph worse here and wondering if it's just because it's more humid here or if it's the same there and it's just the fact poplar is so much softer..
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Soft Maple and MDF panels.

Haven't used Poplar for some time now. Moves to much to keep tight margins (5/64")
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Oh look... A hole in the ground...
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