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Al Magaloff 10-22-2006 06:27 PM

Hi Everyone From Rochester NY
 
Hello everyone. I'm an avid DIY'er well versed in all aspects of home improvement...........new construction, framing , roofing, concrete, tile, remoldeling kitchens& baths, etc, but I'm always on the lookout to learn more. I do this as a hobby, on my old house, and the homes of friends. I came to the forum to research laser levels. Looking forward to chatting with the group.

Ron The Plumber 10-22-2006 06:32 PM

Hi Al

Welcome to DIY Chatroom

dougrus 10-23-2006 06:28 AM

Welcome! :thumbsup:

laserlady 11-14-2006 02:33 PM

Helpful Laser Levels
 
Hi,

There are some very good laser levels out there with models for homeowners as well as the pros. One of the best brands is Pacific Laser Systems (PLS). PLS definitely has the best beam definition and accuracy in the market.
The units start at $200 and go over $1000. For the homeowner the reasonably priced PLS2E is a good unit and will make everything from hanging cabinets and laying out rough-in plumbing to hanging artwork and installing tile a snap. While $200 sounds like a lot, it's a good investment if you have a lot of projects that need level and plumb lines.

Here is an ebay guide on picking the right laser level for your project:
http://reviews.ebay.com/Picking-the-...00000002179569

Good luck with your search and your projects.

YourWayPainting 11-14-2006 02:42 PM

Welcome Al.

AllGoNoShow 11-14-2006 07:46 PM

Im from west irondequoit, what about you?

Nick

Al Magaloff 11-15-2006 11:33 AM

Thanks everyone for the welcome, and LaserLady for the advice. I did buy a PLS. Nick, small world, West Iron. here too. Seneca Park/ St Paul area.

laserlady 11-15-2006 11:55 AM

Hi Al,

You will really enjoy your PLS laser level. I don't know how we got along in the construction business before these great little tools came along.
Happy construction!

Al Magaloff 11-15-2006 06:42 PM

I agree! The first time I used a framing nailer, I think I fell in love.

redline 11-15-2006 06:54 PM

:thumbup:

What is up with the "fast" ferry?

Al Magaloff 11-16-2006 04:31 AM

It's dead in the water, docked at the city pier, at a cost to the taxpayers, of $6000 a day.

redline 11-17-2006 08:10 AM

My friends that live near there have been telling me about the situation.

I thought that it was sold at an auction?

Al Magaloff 11-17-2006 11:27 AM

I thought it was also, but something happened to stall out the sale.

redline 11-22-2006 06:54 AM

Will the original investors who "took" all the money be arrested?

Al Magaloff 11-22-2006 05:42 PM

I understand the former mayor and his cronnies are being looked at pretty hard.


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