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    747Posted new reply in Drywall8/29/2009, 1:59 AM

    Ive been following this fourm for a long time now, im a painter and carpenter thats what i do reg basis, but never hung sheet rock, my neighbor got this bid to redo his ceiling ...

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    747Posted new reply in Remodeling Picture Post8/10/2009, 4:27 AM

    I think it looks good. The cabinets don't match but so what. This only matters if you have guest over.

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing7/3/2009, 2:03 PM

    It depends on where you live. Where i live example 23 square 30 year landmark somewhere between 7,500-8,000. This would be getting the job down rite. Ice and water proper ventin...

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    747Posted new reply in HVAC6/21/2009, 3:12 PM

    I just notice they have the duct work attached to regular metal register. They did not use the cool 4 inch plastic ceiling register? Thats what i'm talking about. When those are...

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    747Posted new reply in General Discussion6/21/2009, 2:33 PM

    I had that happen but it was gas grill. Clicking nothing happening. All of a sudden bang. Right in my face. Yes it did get my eyebrows.:laughing: I hate those clicking ignitors....

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    747Posted new reply in HVAC6/20/2009, 11:35 AM

    Thats nice. Its a pretty expensive system. A high velocity system. Which is nice. Because the vents in the room are low profile. I've seen them use that on this old house. Not t...

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing6/19/2009, 9:25 PM

    There was a small storm that hit last night near my Mom and Dad's house. There were two "roofers" at the door already today. :whistling I guess it's easy to run around immediate...

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    747Posted new reply in Landscaping6/16/2009, 1:40 AM

    Ya i believe the University of Illinois at urbana will do a soil test if you send it to them. I think i heard they charge 35. To the original poster once you get the test done t...

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    747Posted new reply in General Discussion6/16/2009, 1:36 AM

    Well, I went to the office at 7:30 this morning as instructed. One owner met me there( not the one who was on the job friday, the one who called me). He says good morning, then ...

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing6/14/2009, 10:54 AM

    dkillianjr nice garage but where is it sitting? If you look out the door in pic 3 your higher then the roof on that house.

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    747Posted new reply in Masonry6/14/2009, 10:44 AM

    Donate them. The local Habitat for Humanity ReStore here will come pick up pallets of scrap. Free pickup and you get a tax write off for them. For a 100% fact.:thumbsup:

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    747Posted new reply in General Discussion6/14/2009, 10:39 AM

    I smell a raise coming, Big promotion on Monday. I am serious I don't know. I hope for him thats the case. If its the other way around. I would let them know they have sub cont...

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing6/9/2009, 12:42 AM

    How many square is the roof? You say lake house. How much to get a dumpster out there. Or do you have a dump truck. How much to dump it? I say if its not a lot of square and you...

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing6/5/2009, 3:51 AM

    As far as the roof sheathing goes, it has holes in it and obviously can not be re-used. As for the rest I can not comment. I'm not a deck builder so I can't comment on price, s...

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    747Posted new reply in Roofing5/31/2009, 7:15 PM

    I think it looks cool. I think every roofer should have one in there arsenal.

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    747Posted new reply in Plumbing5/23/2009, 5:00 PM

    My tub was slow for a week and then all the sudden stopped draining, can I snake these like the old cast iron tubs i grew up with or use a hard chemicals? the stuff I found at...

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    747Posted new reply in Vehicles5/22/2009, 11:35 PM

    I say 7-800 dollars. Should have bought a F150. A truck like that really isn't set up to do pulling even with 4 wheel drive.

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    747Posted new reply in Electrical5/17/2009, 3:43 AM

    sorry forgot to tell you that almost all fans have the ability to be hung from a bracket and then the wires hook up. I wish i would have investigated that alittle further.:laugh...

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    747Posted new reply in Electrical5/16/2009, 10:18 PM

    I was going to ask MD but i was affraid he would hurt himself. Falling out of his chair laughing so hard because i couldn't figure out how to hook it back up.:laughing: Ps i got...

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    747Posted new reply in Electrical5/15/2009, 9:46 PM

    Thanks. I begining to say F it. :laughing: If you guys didn't post back. Point being i have to lamps in my bedroom.:laughing:

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