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Old 09-11-2019, 12:29 AM   #861
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Old 09-11-2019, 05:30 AM   #862
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Mom wanted to swap out the old busted up bifolds in her basement. Got them trimmed to size and brought them home to spray them.

Used my friends Wagner on these because I didn't feel like using the hvlp. It did a better job than I expected. I'll second coat the fronts tomorrow

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The thing had 5/16" wedge anchors barely in yet I had a big lever to pry it out. I was surprised how well it hung on
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That's pretty interesting. I think a lot of installers would consider 1 1/8" in the wall sufficient, even with self drillers. Any longer and you risk hitting wires.

Edit: Were they in at such an angle? Photo looks like it. Maybe even less in the wall due to the angle? Someone thinking toe angling would be better?
Some of the ones around here sheet the walls with plywood before sheetrock in kitchens. A little more to grab onto, less possibility of wire issues.
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I had that for the pantry and the kitchen nook in my previous installs. Worked great for the pantry. Only reason it was nice for the nook was the electrical was all in the wrong spot and just had to unscrew the plywood. The pantry had the plywood covered with drywall, the nook didn't since cabinets were going into the space.
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When the kids leave home and the desk needs to become an area for the liquor.

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Looks great Tom
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Looks great Tom
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Got the siding wrapped up from the window replacement job.

PITA I had to fill and 8" void from the curtain wall to a very wavy brick veneer. In, out, up & down.

Of course the kid wont answer the door after he came home from school so I have to go back for to snap the upper grills and screens in.
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Happiness is a tight scribe!


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When the kids leave home and the desk needs to become an area for the liquor.

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Tom, what lighting did you use in the wall cabs?
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You ever go back to look at a 10 year old trex to see how it has weathered?


This is the 3 deck I've done for these folks. There's no color difference in the past 4 years. Can't remember when the capped came out. It was less than 10 years ago I think.


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Tom, what lighting did you use in the wall cabs?
I use GMLighting LEDs, they’re placed in the LED channel they sell. I don’t like to see the individual LED’s.

They’re 3000K in this one, 12VDC, standard output.

http://gmlighting.net/

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