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Old 06-18-2012, 11:17 AM   #61
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This thread has been going on for years. AWESOME.

However the "pros" (LMAO) posting here are the reason I am a DIY'er.
I have successfully added an addition to my house.
I have successfully installed breaker boxes, ran wiring, network, electrical and phone.
I have successfully changed out hot my water heater.
I have successfully installed a soft water system.
I have successfully installed hard wood flooring.
I have successfully built a 1200 sqft deck made out of mahogony. (However I did buy the 200sqft gazeebo from an Amish carpenter)
I have successfully remodeled my entire kitchen and bathrooms including ALL electrical and plumbing.
I DID however hire someone to do my siding because it was darm darn hot when I finished my addition. However the cost was triple the cost if I had done it myself. But they did a fine job and I have no complaints.


Guess what my next project is going to be.... new heat pump / air handler.
Should I call a "PRO" LMAO.
Sure I will... to get his estimate. Tell him i'll call him... then do it myself.

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Old 06-18-2012, 02:30 PM   #62
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This thread has been going on for years. AWESOME.

However the "pros" (LMAO) posting here are the reason I am a DIY'er.
I have successfully added an addition to my house.
I have successfully installed breaker boxes, ran wiring, network, electrical and phone.
I have successfully changed out hot my water heater.
I have successfully installed a soft water system.
I have successfully installed hard wood flooring.
I have successfully built a 1200 sqft deck made out of mahogony. (However I did buy the 200sqft gazeebo from an Amish carpenter)
I have successfully remodeled my entire kitchen and bathrooms including ALL electrical and plumbing.
I DID however hire someone to do my siding because it was darm darn hot when I finished my addition. However the cost was triple the cost if I had done it myself. But they did a fine job and I have no complaints.


Guess what my next project is going to be.... new heat pump / air handler.
Should I call a "PRO" LMAO.
Sure I will... to get his estimate. Tell him i'll call him... then do it myself.

USA USA USA USA
Congrats, we're happy for you, and wish you well in all of your DIY endeavors.

However, this is not a site for bashing products, or professionals of any trade. This thread has been hi jacked enough, and no longer serves a usefull purpose. I edited out some of your comments to keep the piece.

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