"Lee Michaels" <leemichaels*nadaspam* at comcast dot net> wrote in message
If'in some one was giving it to us. LOL
Fortunatley my wife and I have lived in our current modest home or 30 years
and paid it off 14 years ago. We vowed to not have another mortgage and we
won't with this one.
The cool thing for me is when I look back at my construction photos (to find
studs for missed HRV wiring and stuff) is that the whole thing started out
with a pile of lumber on the gravel driveway.
I figure I spent over $1500 on fastening devices (mostly nails) to hold all
that kindling together for mine.
Nice going. Lots of luck.
Q. Are the stairs construction only, to be replaced, or will there be caps
going on them later?
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ROFLMAO. I noticed one of those at my son's house, being an electrical guy.
Long bulge in the drywall and a place where a box should be. They fix it but
think of the drywall screws that will not be tightened down.
I also caught one on a piece of kitchen country that had no receptical.
Knowing our code I knew that a counter top of more than 18" had to have a
receptical in it. Somebody had to hack up drywall....LOL Now it is where
their kettle sits and gets used permanently plugged in there.
Remember if the cord can't reach everywhere it needs another receptical.
Lamps = 6' long, kettles = 18" long. Pots only get called black and don't
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