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Old 12-02-2011, 06:34 PM   #31
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And……………inadequate ledger fastening, mid span joist splices, no T&G and a few other things.

It’s a little early for the high fives here.

I think it’s time to stand back, regroup and develop a real plan before moving forward.

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Old 12-02-2011, 06:56 PM   #32
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oh not by any means i will take that and run with it i surely dont want to get everything done then have to redo everything that would not be very good especially when i am by no means loaded with money. shoot im unemployed
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Old 12-02-2011, 06:57 PM   #33
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kwick it is all tongue and groove and ive had an inspector do a surprise inspection and was told im in the clear. not asking for high fives!
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oh not by any means i will take that and run with it i surely dont want to get everything done then have to redo everything that would not be very good especially when i am by no means loaded with money. shoot im unemployed
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Old 12-03-2011, 07:14 PM   #35
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OMG...you can't have the Tyvek upside down...

Looking good, thanks for posting back.

Looks like you're ready for a dump run.
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No problem I will get more recent ones tomorrow
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One solution to solve your problem is to get rid of the mason chimney structure altogether... There are other means to replace the outdated mason chimney available to-date...

Another suggestion and item worth looking into is to properly support the floor onto the ground below. It looks like there is crawspace there and it is just dirt below. I mean, you don't want to floor to bow in the middle of the house later...

Thirdly, it would be wise to keep all structures around the chimney fire proof and to code. So, please be aware of that as well.

Fourthly, to save some money, you could use stud grade 2x4's rather than #2 grade....

Lastly, get rid of that trash... LOL...

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This is an old post all them issues have been resolved
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Damn! I wish I had known that!

The posts just look so fresh still! LOL...
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Can we get some photos? I wonder... Hmm....
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sorry guys i was not able to get to it today also getting ready for bow season so i was really busy today...apologies..
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