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Old 03-08-2013, 12:43 PM   #1
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Eaves damage


Today i found boxed eaves torn off by something at one end. Is it going to be too expensive that i might have to use insurance or i can hire a contractor and do it? Thanks
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That looks similar to work by a contractor running in the fast lane at a high rate of speed . Don't hire another another contractor but put it back up using a few stainless steel screws rather than one 4d nail .

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It should be a simple job to put the channel back in place.
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