Apparently some time ago you had a home repair issue. You posted a question
about your repair job at alt.home.repair. In addition you did all of the
other homework necessary. Everyone replied what a dumb idiot you are for
attempting the job and to hire someone. Before long you had properly
repaired your home without hiring a licensed professional. Perhaps you
didn't even pull a permit before doing the work on your house one Sunday
afternoon. Nothing blew up, no one got electrocuted, the repair did not
fall apart-- even after years of use. Unfortunately those same posters that
replied to your inquiry, the code office, and even the general public wished
the 25 megaton stone out of the sky.
Hope this clears things up for you,
reapir it now?
volume of a sphere
You have to call FEMA and they'll send out an appraiser to inspect the
home to decide on repair vs. replacement costs. They do that everyday so
they have a mechanism in place. Actually, I'm sure one of your
neigjhbors may have already called them for you. They also subcontract
for any removal of debris. Did you also notify your household/homeowners
insurance? I had the same thing happen to our house late last year and
ended up relocating for about four months while all repairs were done.
Now we're back in the rebuilt house except so much the wiser: We
invested in high wind impact windows.
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