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Very efficiently written story. It will be useful to anyone who utilizes it, including myself. Keep doing what you are doing – i will definitely read more posts.
Your a great guy duane, thanks for the words of wisdom this holiday!
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I like how you say that you ant to check with the Better Business Bureau before you choose a general contractor. It would make sense to find someone who has good reviews on the BBB. My sister needs a contractor to help build her home, so she’ll have to find someone with a good rating with the BBB.
My wife and I have been looking for a good general contractor who could help us get our basement finished, and wanted some tips on how to find one. I’m glad that you talked about making an appointment to meet face to face with a general contractor to make sure you feel comfortable with them. I’m going to have to look into a few different general contractor options and see if I can set up a meeting with them to see who I like best!
I appreciate your suggestion to ask friends and family for referrals when choosing a contractor. No matter what work you want to have done, word of mouth recommendations show you that a person you trust has had a good experience, which is valuable knowledge. Going off of that, you can narrow your search down quite a bit.
Every year there are thousands of injuries and deaths due to preventable fires. Each year in the United States, more than 400,000 residential fires account for approximately 3,600 deaths and 18,600 injuries.
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wow this is so useful! I saved this to my favourites so I can keep going back to it to improve my home!l
Does dry ice blasting eliminate the need to soot seal wood framing that was not charred but affected by soot?
Hi Bernie, That is a great question, the answer is yes and no. Yes, dry ice blasting will remove any contamination of the surface of the wood, however gas and odors can penetrate beyond the surface especially easily under extreme heat and leave a re-occurring odor that will surface during warmer weather. It is still recommended that a wood sealer or encapsulant be applied before you close up that cavity.