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Old 01-08-2005, 09:19 PM   #1
 
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Hello everyone,
Just registered hope i'm doing this right
Well I'm looking for how-to info on vynl siding sunburst?
and also labor cost for installer,
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Rick.. from spfld,Ma.
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Old 01-08-2005, 09:22 PM   #2
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Welcome to the board! Someone will be along to help you with your siding problem, it's not my forte.

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Vynl siding sunburst? Might be better off doing that in coil, it's do-able with siding but I think you might run in to a tuff time (labor $) with the flash.

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Thanks for the reply,
Never thought about coil? That would be easier to make and I would apply it to the wall with s-lock right? Have you made any of these sunburst with coil? and how much did you charge? It seems like it would take one man a day to complete, well at least this one i have to do, Its a 12' gable with a 6 pitch so the high point is only about 36" .
Thanks for the imput, my company is growing fast with a very good reputation for quality and I would like to start working in the more high end homes, right now the developers I work with are putting up builder specials.
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