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  1. Thread: Finding Talent

    by JayNos
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    Re: Finding Talent

    Art students are the way to go. They usually have a good eye for detail and are looking for work that will allow them to keep doing art on their own time. You stand a good chance of keeping them...
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    Re: Backerboard Over Saltillo Tile

    Redboat,
    Seems like you could just have the customer write up what they want done and follow it to a T. Any failure will be on them.

    My personal take? Rip up the existing tile and clean up...
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    Re: A trip down the rabbet hole with the EPA

    "Gee guys, I'd love to let you check out the shop, but I'm afraid my insurance company wouldn't like the risk. Sorry..."
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    Re: Managing the bridge between projects

    Beezo,
    I believe Dutchman is referring to extras that are beyond the scope of the job. The bedroom shelving and painting that the client thinks of while you are remodeling the kitchen. Finish the...
  5. Re: wanting ideas on lattice panels/skirting on decks

    When I hand my lattice, I cut a slot and leave my fasteners loose to allow for expansion (just like vinyl siding). Learned that trick after I installed 15 panels in the winter...and then replaced...
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    Picture Frame Deck question

    This will be my first time doing a picture frame deck (definitely not my first time building a deck). I'm using pre-grooved PVC boards for the field, and no-groove on the picture frame. I also have...
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    ISO: Los Angeles (Insulation) Contractor

    My cousin is looking to add insulation to his house in Los Angeles. Anyone want to recommend themselves or another contractor? I'm not sure what is needed, but I'm steering him towards getting a...
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    Re: I love sara palin...

    SE Cupp is definitely easy on the eyes. I mute the TV when she talks...wouldn't want to ruin the illusion.
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    Re: I love sara palin...

    I'm not sure how she meshes her love of the wild Alaskan nature and her desire to drill in ANWR. Also, for someone who campaigned partially on the "Alaskan way of life", I was dumbfounded when her...
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    Re: Dow SIS out (?), Huber Zip System R in (?)

    I don't think SIS had a non insulation component. Reflective backing goes to the inside.
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    Re: Show us your assembly table

    The first post in this thread might be what you want:
    http://forums.jlconline.com/forums/showthread.php?58890-Cutting-Assembly-Table

    Post 7 has a similar style with a 1/4" work top.

    Myself? ...
  12. Re: Inverted Header...nagging concern...help appreciated.

    I know the problem has been solved, but I like this idea. A little more work, but makes the drywall easier to hang.

    C_Kott,
    What length strap did you go with?
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    Re: 2nd floor deck possible ceiling choices

    Resurrected while looking for alternatives to the Timbertech "guaranteed to cause problems" system.

    If you want a good laugh, check out their installation video....
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    Re: Taking On Employees For The First Time

    Check with your bank. I have a Bank of America account and they offer good deals on Payroll. I don't remember pricing off the top of my head, but it is less than $30 per month total (up to a...
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    Re: Senco Fusion F15

    Jesse did a review of this gun for JLC or Tools of the Trade. He liked it a lot. What sold me (on eventually buying it) was that it didn't need to recharge between shots. Also, it looks much less...
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    Re: Wants a Higher Eave

    What's wrong with 7 feet?

    The step down seems to be the only option that would be close to cost effective.

    Otherwise, I'd say you can have the sunroom people bump up their starting point, but...
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    Re: privacy fence posts

    No first hand knowledge, but I seem to recall a similar wrap being used a lot in Canada. Can you avoid having the post in the ground? Maybe use a precast pier to set the post on or, if you want to...
  18. Re: Inverted Header...nagging concern...help appreciated.

    That is an inverted header. Additional bonus is that you don't need to build temporary support walls. Install the beam then remove the wall below.
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    Re: privacy fence posts

    http://www.deckmagazine.com/article/36.html

    Take a look at the bottom two items.
  20. Re: DEAL - Ryobi Tek Lithium-Ion Combo Kit headset, 4v drill, flashlight $40 free shi

    Throw the driver away and that's still a good price for the headphones.

    A plumber I work with swears by Ryobi. He does a lot of sprinkler work in industrial and commercial settings and had a...
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    Re: Work Truck Organizing

    Full size P-C or palm router? Regular base and plunge base? Can you take a picture of that? I was contemplating making a box for P-C stuff, but if it fits in the Husky I won't need to.
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    Re: treatments for poision ivy

    I used Fels Naptha. http://www.amazon.com/Dial-04303-Fels-Naptha-Laundry-Pack/dp/B004QJQQBI/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1337653334&sr=8-2

    It dries up the oil. Well, that's what I've been told. I used...
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    Re: keeping track of phone calls

    Good advice Park. I will now only take advice from those of you that are currently on a mountain in Colorado.
  24. Thread: Sawzall blades

    by JayNos
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    Re: Sawzall blades

    The JLC test was designed to match conditions (material and pressure applied). Your real life situation may differ based on what you cut. Also, I'm gonna bend that Lenox blade (or any blade) well...
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    Re: Work Truck Organizing

    Those boxes are the best. I have one with my Makita drills in the bottom and bits up top. the other is the short box with assortment of screws. I don't lose bits anymore. I've been using Costco...
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