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Old 07-12-2011, 11:24 AM   #1
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I live in minnesota not really a contractor grew up with them all my life my dad and all my uncles and there was a big underpin job 5 grand but my dad landed a job doing block work for this big company I want to do the job I know allot about it just want some tips
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Old 07-12-2011, 06:19 PM   #2
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learning how to spell "masonry" would be a good first step.
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I think you better pass on this job especially if 5 grand is a BIG job!
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There is a search button up near the top of the page.

Click inside the box and type "underpinning"

When you finish reading those posts, you will be an expert. If you require more assistance don't hesitate to ask.

But don't ask any stupid questions with out doing your homework.
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Not trying to be s butt, but why don't you ask your dad and uncles?

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