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Last Activity:12-18-2009 8:43 PM
Posted in thread: Need table saw recommendations... on 12-18-2009 at 08:40 PM
Hi,We purchased this saw for the job site because of its portability and small storage area for
transporting in our trailer. The fence is great and can rip up to like 26". Very good saw and
we are ver...
Posted in thread: Trying to get estimates for remodeling my basement on 12-18-2009 at 08:27 PM
Hi,As one mentioned previously make sure people are quoting apple for apple. We as contractors
know its hard to get a job when we quote one way and the guy that gets the job didn't bid with
the same t...
Posted in thread: Let's Talk Cordless Drills on 12-18-2009 at 08:12 PM
Hi,I have been in the construction field for about 25 yrs and have tried almost all or know
someone that has one or another. Personally I would only go with Dewalt, no less than 18v. They
Posted in thread: Garage floor cracked on 12-18-2009 at 07:52 PM
The garage dont look that big, what maybe 10 or 11 x 16 or so. I would jack hammer it up and
poor a new one. for what you pay for two or three inches on top of that and most likely the old
floor will ...
Posted in thread: Manufactured homes on 12-18-2009 at 07:28 PM
For the money they are ok. But like our saing goes "The Bitterness of Poor Quality Remains Long
After the Sweetness of a Low Price is Forgotten". Sure there building them indoors, but they
Posted in thread: OAK Flooring on 12-18-2009 at 07:16 PM
Hi,peronally I would remove the oak floor and durarock over the existing subfloor just because
your adding an additional 3/4-1" of floor thickness with durarock, mortors, and tile. I really
don't see ...
Posted in thread: Do I need to jack up this beam? on 12-18-2009 at 07:03 PM
Hi,From the pics, these look like floor joist not beams. If its a joist and it doesn't look
like its sagging just add a new piece of lumber next to it and nail them together 16"oc with 3
12p nails. If...
Posted in thread: Insulate an un-heated attached garage? on 12-18-2009 at 06:51 PM
Hi,My opinion is that if your not going to heat that area for living or working space your
wasting your money. The two walls between the house and garage are more sealed or resistant to
the outside en...
Posted in thread: Tight Miter joints for crown moulding on 12-13-2009 at 03:23 PM
Because inside corners are rarely square, simply butting two mitered pieces into the corner
almost always looks lousy. The only foolproof method for great-looking inside corners is
cutting a coped joi...