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Old 04-15-2006, 12:00 AM  
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Dont ye all just love instaling french doors! LOL



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Old 04-15-2006, 06:10 AM  
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Not as much as going to the dentist.

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Not as much as plumbing up 6x6 posts for a gazebo. That can turn into an all day thing, they've got to be perfect.

OR maybe,

Not as much as having a drywall finisher leave a job (whole house) half done and you have to have it ready by the next day with NO help.




French doors? yeah, they are kind of fun. Love?,,Merle Haggard used to sing a song, "It Ain't Love, But It Ain't Bad".Heh-Hee!

Tom in KY, now, look what you made me do!



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GWIZ, I congratulate you for using the best brand available, Andersen. It probably will come from a Home Depot (my favorite store) and as their commercial says "You can do it and we can help". If all else fails they will get an Andersen representative to come out to your job for advise.
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Thanks for everyone's help. Been away due to recent stormy weather
Yes, from the Depot, and I feel confident things will work out fine with everyone's assistance. Thanks again. Doubt the walls will be poured tomorrow, due to all of the recent and continuing rain and thunderstorms.

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