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Old 05-09-2013, 06:26 PM   #81
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Framing is looking to be done 5 weeks ahead of schedule! He's got 9 guys on this thing. Quality of the work has been outstanding.
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Old 05-09-2013, 09:38 PM   #82
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Just curious what brand compressors these guys run? I would guess they must be pretty good.
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All rol-air. I run the same. There running 1 big compressor and a holding tank. What's really impressive is there running everything off my Honda eb6500 generator. We still don't have temp power.
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Old 05-09-2013, 10:23 PM   #84
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Do you use EPDM or TPO for flat roofs in Utah?
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Both but this is epdm
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How is the progress going . You get it closed in from weather .
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We still have all the porches to go- framer split his crew but they still think they will be done in less than 2 weeks. Boat dock is proceeding at a pretty good pace considering owner is making his high school age boys build it
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We still have all the porches to go- framer split his crew but they still think they will be done in less than 2 weeks. Boat dock is proceeding at a pretty good pace considering owner is making his high school age boys build it
Not all highschool age kids are ****ty builders.
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This thing is lookin seeet! We Will finish framing Friday, rough plumb started, electrical started, hvac Monday.
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Looks nice I like the log beams on the ceiling and posts
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Looking good. You guys can start rough electric and hvac with out having the home water tight?
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Were Starting tile, painter is getting close to being finished, mechanical nearly complete.
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Very NICE looking....

Looks like a fun one to be on.

How's the lake turning out?

How about your time frame for the Parade of Homes?

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Very NICE looking....

Looks like a fun one to be on.

How's the lake turning out?

How about your time frame for the Parade of Homes?

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He's got his pivot watering the corn so as soon as its grown he'll turn it into the lake I was at our parade meeting with the other builders and only 2 were ahead of me as far as progress goes. One is finished ( it's the disgrace of a builder that built that POS block abortion I fixed. Cant believe they let him enter one) and the other just got cabinets installed. I've talked to some subs that are doing work in many of the parade homes and they said mine is the coolest they probably say that to everyone
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But.... yours is pretty cool.

A bit too... square for me, but still cool.
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Do you have any pics of the flashing detail around the log beams? I've always wondered what the proper method is for that.
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The logs are just lathed around and stucco'd around. 2 part stucco- brown coat than color acrylic. The windows are kerfed into the headers at the top.
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Seems to be getting there. Good job

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