Originally Posted by expat
We have a flooring/tile/counter top guy up here who rents one of our places in Florida to work down there during the winter...
Mean-while I am doing a new build up here & the 'seasoned' carpenter I hired constructed all the roof supports by hand.....the building inspector was very impressed...
Now if I can just get the plumbers & electrical guys to work at half his pace...
on the residential side to move the job along the other tradesmen need an encouragement, take care of them and they will take care of you. buy them lunch one day, get some beer for them at the end of the day, some coffee donuts.
that stuff goes along way. you also get a better work enviroment and they will go the extra mile for you.
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glad you got a guy that knows roof systems, they are just like building stairs, ratio and proportion, some think a framing square is just for making a square mark across a large board
then theres the un-equal roof that has to be figured and layed out, that info is knowledge of the trade.
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