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Picture DIY decking tile
No grount, no hire, do it yourself
bbcfan 3 03-26-2009 10:11 PM
Picture DIY decking tile
No grount, no hire, do it yourself
bbcfan 1 03-26-2009 10:05 PM
Picture refinishing
Traditions2 5 03-26-2009 09:08 AM
Picture My Work
rdkill350 3 03-22-2009 03:55 PM
Picture Signature bird
This is how I sign my work
Lefty H 3 03-19-2009 05:47 PM
Picture Miter Miser
Miter Miser ...supports radius trim tiles pieces (chair rail, ropes, v-cap, ect.) during cutting in order to obtain 45 and 22.5 degree angles. MITER MISER... is waterproof and harmless to modern diamond saw blades. The dimensions of the MITER MISER are worked out "from years of use" for the greatest number of uses in the widest variety of applications. (any color can be produced)**** Made in the USA http://www.youtube.com/mitermiser Watch the video!*See it in action!
Only found online. Call for free samples and or bulk pricing.
Mitch Stein
626 200 9010
Miter Miser 3 03-18-2009 05:39 PM
Picture MY ALBUM
MY ALBUM
terry31 9 03-18-2009 03:26 AM
Picture Previous Works
Rosewood 1 03-16-2009 07:03 AM
Picture Where's the Header
I looked at this house 4-5 years ago. There was a leak on the rear addition against the back wall. Somebody had repaired it recently by adding sheets of 3/4 plywood ON TOP of the existing tin roof for about 8', from the back wall. Then the tied into the existing tin near the chimney and roofed over the plywood. The roof was still low in that area. Nobody seemed to know why.
You could set a bowling ball in the front room, and it would sail right through the back wall at 35mph! Furniture is on unabridged dictionaries on the low side, floor on the high side.
How do you like the windows? I was called to patch a leak and replace one-two pieces of siding. I said I wasn't touching it until it was rebuilt with a header. Owner of other apartment wouldn't agree to the work or the cost. At least some good handy man showed up and made more siding repairs.
( The siding opens up every few years for some reason)
tinner666 10 03-11-2009 07:24 PM
Picture gr residence
Warren 6 03-10-2009 08:37 PM
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