Ok I pay great attention to detail, I have OCD!!!!!
I see issues
Carpet? You don’t hold up your base 3/8”? Gap is about 3/4"
Is that window Egress?, looks a little low Windows are all being taken out and replaced
No door stop Doors are being removed
Is that a framing gun at trim stage? WOW Yep i done some frameing in the hall way right before i took the pic. House has about another 3 months of work.
No vacuum hooked up to the saw Dust bag works great. But i do have vaccum on the table saw thats not in picture.
Never, and I repeat never lean wood, levels or whatever on finished walls!!!!!!!!!!!!! Walls may look finished but they are way from it.
Shoot the electrician for the patch on the two gang That was me lol. The box was cracked and i got pissed of with it and smashed a hole in the wall trying to get it out. Looked perfect at end of day
Slide in extensions on the chop saw when not in use Saw was being used right when i took the picture
That trim gun better not fall, GRR It's a perfect fit for the dewalt rail. Holds a lot of my tools when i dont use them
Cover the floor vents They have nothing going to them. everything is disconnetced
Are trying to start a fire, move that light It keeps me warm because of no vents working lol
Get that cooler out of here, man I told you guys, no drinking on the job it's full of food :clap:
Who rolled up that hose wrist to elbow, long loops please!!!!!!!!!!! That was rolled hand under hand. Best way to roll them.
Need I saw more, great you got me twitching now
My customers would shoot me if left that many tools on the job
And I mean that latterly, most of my clients are police officers and state troopers :shutup:
I run a tight ship
I have one van, two utility trailers, two enclosed trailers
And 3 employee to move all the tools back to the truck and broom sweep at the end of each day
Post up some pics of your work area so i can figure if I'm OCD!
is the blade guard on that miter saw osha approved? haha. Nice setup, and from the looks of it, great work too