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    Re: painting old barn

    Mark,

    Based on the level of quality expected by the customer as your guide, OR the budget for the project. The simplest, and a long lasting solution is a good pressure washing (not so powerful...
  2. Thread: JLCLive!

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    Re: JLCLive!

    I'm pretty that ship has sailed Mark. The only hope as I see it attracting new forum members. And I'm not sure how that is going to happen.
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    Re: Finally building a decent woodworking bench

    Looking forward to your bench build Keith. Take a bunch of progress pics for us guys too lazy to build a proper one for ourselves!
  4. Thread: wedi board

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    Re: wedi board

    If you think you might want grab bars later, I'd add blocking during the framing just to make it easier. But as long as you hit studs with the bars no worries. Then panels themselves are not rated...
  5. Thread: wedi board

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    Re: wedi board

    What Tom said....
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    Re: Venting BBQ....Exterior Structure

    Exactly what T said. It is not just the size of the room that is the issue. It is the size of the vent hood over the grill and the distance from the grill. Grill smoke comes on quickly and in huge...
  7. Thread: wedi board

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    Re: wedi board

    Look at this stuff Mark http://www.schluter.com/5793.aspx. I used it my last job over 3/4 plywood subfloor works like a charm.
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    Re: wedi board

    Mark,

    Wedi makes the entire system. Panels for the walls, different thicknesses for different applications, one piece shower floors with integral drains and curb sections. Very light weight, easy...
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    Re: LP SmartSide vs Fiber Cement siding

    See my comments in the body of your text.
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    Re: LP SmartSide vs Fiber Cement siding

    Tom,

    There are a number of good quality sealants for this application. One that comes to mind is Quad. Available in many colors. Then rule of thumb is this: if the price is low, so is the quality....
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    Re: LP SmartSide vs Fiber Cement siding

    Mark,

    Price aside, both about the same to purchase, the LP SmartSide is a far superior product, easier to install, longer lengths 16' vs 12', much better warranty 5/50 and much more damage...
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    Re: reloaded pics.

    I was thinking the first live center for a lathe. But thats just a WAG
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    Re: Clear finish on exterior doors

    I've had good results with the Spar Urethane products.
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    Re: Screen porches

    I have used www.screeneze.com on a number of screen rooms/porches with good results. Not the cheapest solution, but that much screen is not cheap whichever route you go.
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    Slate and Copper roofer needed

    Hey Guys,

    I've got a Architect friend that needs a quality Slate and Copper roofer for some work in the Chicago area. If you are or know someone who is send me a PM with contact info.

    Thanks
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    Re: Water Softener

    Nate,

    Go to www.bugetwater.com, I have used them for many softeners, expansion tanks and RO units. Very good support, great prices on the various units. The first one I installed for my mother 8...
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    Re: LP's SmartSide siding

    Try this John,

    http://www.lpcorp.com/product_locator/

    To answer your questions, it is a very good product. It is rapidly gaining favor over fiber cement (depends on the geographic market), Home...
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    Re: I know I couldn't do this

    Don't even think about sneezing! Pretty cool, no doubt about it.
  19. Re: Will LP SmartSide shrink after installing the way fiber-cement will?

    LP SmartSide comes from the factory very dry, about 4% MC. Follow the recommended spacing (about 3/16") between boards and trim and you will be fine. This product will expand after installation. DO...
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    Re: I can't cope

    Jim said " I can't cope"

    All evidence to the contrary. Great job!
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    Re: looking for a SAWHELPER system

    not florida but not too far

    http://festoolownersgroup.com/classifieds/sawhelper-24042/msg236913/?topicseen#msg236913
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    Re: corrosion-fillled copper pipes

    To further your investigation I would cut the union off and see if that blockage is in the copper portion of the pipe as well.
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    Re: Merry Christmas

    Yeah, what Ed said.
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    Re: Saying goodbye..............

    I got $20 that says you are back on Friday... Any takers!
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    Re: FJP cedar lap siding nailing instructions

    Lou, as I understand the reason it is because you are very likely to split the very thin top edge of the plank below if you nail into it.
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