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Old 12-15-2016, 03:15 PM   #5401
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Hangers? We don't need no stinking hangers!
I'm stuck on wtf those are there for in the first place.
And the order they did it in.
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Old 12-15-2016, 04:44 PM   #5402
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To be fair, it's only going to leak when it rains
Not if you put a half a tube of caulk in there.
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I'm stuck on wtf those are there for in the first place.
And the order they did it in.
They are point loads for most likely the stairwell walls as that is right under the stairs.

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They are point loads for most likely the stairwell walls as that is right under the stairs.
I can understand that, but that's a lot of wood and weirdly spaced and not a column in sight. Was there a wall or a beam behind you when you took the pic?
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I can understand that, but that's a lot of wood and weirdly spaced and not a column in sight. Was there a wall or a beam behind you when you took the pic?
Of course. Those dumb beams you see are sitting on foundation and steel beam.

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Of course. Those dumb beams you see are sitting on foundation and steel beam.

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Brain fart. They are sitting on a steel beam on the other end.

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They are sitting on a steel beam on the other end.
All the more reason what we are seeing doesn't make any sense.
Crazy.
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This is what is called poor planning. And yes, I'm working on it.

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Boy, I hope that's going into the basement
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Painter: have you seen my new paint screen? IDK where it went.

Home repair guy: Sorry, sure haven't.




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Painter: have you seen my new paint screen? IDK where it went.

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Can see what they where trying to do , just looks tacky. Personally I like the hooded vents with a rodent screen or grill.
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Yes it's not too shameful.


But I'm a little too embarrassed to show what happens when you drop an impact off of a roof.


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Boy, I hope that's going into the basement


Yes. Thank god. Door is a tad short
Though. 6'-6" I think.
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This is what is called poor planning. And yes, I'm working on it.
Copper turn it into a quality project.
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Yes it's not too shameful.


But I'm a little too embarrassed to show what happens when you drop an impact off of a roof.


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Around here, you'd just lose it in the snow...
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That little dog house detail is a very common one on homes around here of a certain era.


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Copper turn it into a quality project.
That was my exact thought when I saw the picture.
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Around here, you'd just lose it in the snow...


I got lucky.

The windshield of a 2015 GMC truck stopped it.


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But I'm a little too embarrassed to show what happens when you drop an impact off of a roof.


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So does that mean you are hoping to get a new one for Christmas?
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