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Old 11-21-2019, 10:47 PM   #361
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The leak isn't coming from the pine, it got through the barrier and then leaked through the knot hole.

That's a bummer Mike.
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Old 11-21-2019, 11:03 PM   #362
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The leak isn't coming from the pine, it got through the barrier and then leaked through the knot hole.



That's a bummer Mike.


Removed half the decking today. Will get it solved though. It is what it is.


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Old 11-21-2019, 11:04 PM   #363
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Maybe one drip every 20 seconds. Has to be fixed.


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Bummer! But, yeah...working with water one is bound to have a leak here and there to remedy. These are fickle systems.

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Damn! Leaks happen to the best of us. I was looking at the pics and thinking, that would keep me up at night the first few rain storms.

At least you didn't use the HIDFast system, that would have been a bitch.
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Old 11-22-2019, 08:30 PM   #367
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I think I finally got it under wraps. Still need some tape that's going to be here tomorrow. It's holding everything up.


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Old 11-22-2019, 09:54 PM   #368
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You know that is what sets the good from the bad...we all have issues on our jobs...it's how you handle them that means something.
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Old 11-22-2019, 10:28 PM   #369
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Not sure why but it really has me stressed out. I have 5 jobs waiting on this and it's backing me up something fierce.


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Maybe Metamucil
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I'm getting to old for this ****.


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Depends.


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Okay boys I'm going to come clean. I thought there were zero leaks well I was wrong. Got there this morning and a small drip was coming from a knot hole! I had to remove half the deck boards and I'm redoing a complete bay with a new trough and butyl tape. Yeah it's a minor setback but we are going to get it.

Go ahead guys bust my balls!


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I think I finally got it under wraps. Still need some tape that's going to be here tomorrow. It's holding everything up.


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Was it back splash under an overlap somewhere?
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Was it back splash under an overlap somewhere?


It was where a pipe came up through for a hose bib.


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Did you ever think of running a sprinkler on top of the deck before closing in?
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I think he hosed it down.

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