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Old 05-03-2019, 06:57 PM   #41
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No insurance, it is for a GC that i do alot of work for, he has quite the snow plowing operation with 38 bobcats all over the place in the wintertime and they are all stored in a warehouse in the summer. One of his clowns hit it

He does alot of work for management companies that are in charge of townhouses and condo complexes.

He has has a few claims on his insurance already and is just paying me directly to avoid any more claims


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The first sentence says he has no insurance the last sentence says he does.


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Old 05-03-2019, 07:31 PM   #42
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The first sentence says he has no insurance the last sentence says he does.


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First sentence is saying no insurance meaning He is not claiming it on his insurance and paying my directly


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Well after a long delay, i was able to wrap this one up last weekend

I was worried about the steel sagging with the huge span (almost 19 feet) so i had my steel supplier get me a thicker angle iron with a 6 inch flange instead of the normal 5.5 in, plus i through bolted it through the LVL header every 12 inches.


Homeowner is happy that he finally has a single garage door instead of two smaller doors and that the work is finally done.

It turned out pretty well considering I had to get new bricks and the match is perfect

FYI All of the new bricks are in the soldier coarse above garage door








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