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Septic replacement

Posted 10-18-2014 at 08:12 PM by joed

My septic has been condemned. A new holding tank is going in.
Start of concrete patio removal


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This place is PERFECT!

Posted 10-18-2014 at 12:53 PM by Bigbluefrog

Those were the exact words out of my husbands mouth. After looking at land and homes and land/home combos this place was perfect for our needs and budget.

Although it has two full baths, well sorta 2 bathrooms, they were missing the doors and one bathroom was missing a toilet and a sink.
Did I mention NO DOORs in the bathroom?

Somehow my husband missed that small detail when he said it was PERFECT.

We found the doors in storage- whew!
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Featured DIYChatroom Member: Windows on Wash

Posted 10-14-2014 at 09:40 AM by DIYChatroom

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I have served as the president of Windows on Washington since 2005. I founded the company on the simple principle of trust and strived to created a very strong reputation for educating consumers and providing transparent estimates without pricing games.

Prior to that, I served as an environmental consultant for large land and property development firms. My background in Environmental Engineering and Building Science are the foundation from which...
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Featured DIYChatroom Member: BigJim

Posted 10-10-2014 at 01:27 PM by DIYChatroom

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I started out working for my dad after I got out of the Navy, where I was a hook runner on an aircraft carrier. My job was to make sure the cable was unhooked when the planes came in for a landing, then direct the planes forward. I was discharged with a service connected disability at a later date.

I learned a lot from my dad who was a carpenter, but I later took a course through the GI Bill on house construction. When I was 27, I went in business...
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Featured DIYChatroom Member: oh'mike

Posted 09-18-2014 at 09:08 AM by DIYChatroom

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I've always loved wood.

My father was a store designer and display man --also a DIYer so typical of the world war two veteran.

The smell of freshly cut wood brings back memories of my dad.

I was lucky enough to make my living building things for the greater part of my life.

Like so many folks,I started down the road to being a builder as a young man--but life took a turn.I put away the chisels and saws...
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