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Discussion in 'General Home Improvement Discussion' started by TomC (Md), Apr 19, 2006.

  1. Apr 19, 2006 #1

    TomC (Md)

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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.



    Regards,
    TomC
     
  2. Apr 19, 2006 #2

    Square Eye

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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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    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 don’t have any idea about this. I need your help. Where can I get instructions on old home repair?
     
  5. Jun 4, 2008 #5

    inspectorD

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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?:D 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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