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Old 04-19-2006, 02:08 PM  
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Hi Folks,



A friend of mine told me about this site, and recommended that I share the projects that I am undertaking. They are available online at:



http://www.AntlerProperties.com/projects.html


The current project is a roof replacement.Feel free to let me know what you think, and if there are any suggestions you have. Weather permitting, I plan on tackling the next section of roofing the weekend of April 29-30th.



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Old 04-19-2006, 04:05 PM  
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Pretty cool, It looks like you're doing a great job. All you need now is a legal disclaimer to protect you from being sued.

Tom in KY, looking for installment #2.


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http://www.AntlerProperties.com/roof.html

Look in section #2 for the update.

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Old 06-04-2008, 01:21 AM  
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Hi, my old building needs to repair. I am very capable but this home is very old. They are pre-dry wall. There are holes in the roof and leaks everywhere. I don't need a contractor as much as I need clear instructions. I mean it is not raining in the living room, but I think they have neglected it too long. There may be structural damage. But I donít have any idea about this. I need your help. Where can I get instructions on old home repair?
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Old 06-04-2008, 05:31 AM  
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If you do not have any experience at home repair or old homes, you should get a professional in there to give you advice.
A professional set of eye's will tell you much more than any books or posts from here.
Find out from someone what the issues really are, spend a couple of bucks and get the right answers. Then we can help find solutions to your issues.

You don't do your own operations on yourself do you? Get the advice from someone looking at it is my advice.
Try www.ashi.com for a look at what you may need with the home.


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