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Old 02-23-2008, 01:22 AM  
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I'm completely rebuilding my 60's California ranch house after a serious fire burnt the roof off. The firemen saved the walls - but when they bring a 3 inch hose inside your house the water gets anything the fire missed. It's almost a new housebuilt on the old slab.


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Well Creekboy....hope you have a paddle for that long row ahead.
If not we will give you a tow along with as much help as you need.
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