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Old 05-14-2012, 01:13 AM  
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Well you can say that again Neal been there done that . I was talking with the guy I got the house from and he was like if it was mine I would replace the joists as well well no $&@! .
He did replace some under the kitchen but he only scabbed over one side and left the rotted stuff on there .
As of right now I can't have more than one person in the bathroom at once and don't get me started on the joist they cut two feet out of for a a/c vent or how bout the main support beam they cut in half

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