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Old 06-17-2015, 05:26 AM   #1
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Hello from GA. Going to need alot of advice.


Hi all, Im new to these forums but I think that this is awesome. But Ill get straight to it. I am medically retired from the military and have been renting houses my whole life. Well my inlaws cutoff half of their property to me and the wife to build on. Well she found a deal on a older model double wide that needed some work. But for the price well you cant beat free. Just the cost of moving it. Well so far I have done all the work myself, completely gutting it out to bare stud walls. Electrical gone, plumbing gone, etc... Ive come a long way on it, but have a lot more to go. Im pretty knowledgeable on most construction related, but now to the point of I need help and cant really get it. So maybe verbal help can do just as good. Im working on electrical right now, which isn't too much of a headache yet. But we'll see what happens. I look forward to getting some good advice and hearing what others have to say.
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Old 06-17-2015, 11:41 PM   #2
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Thank you for your service to our country and welcome to to the group.

Post pics....we love giving out advice when someone else is doing the work.
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Thanks for your service. May I recommend that you do plumbing first, then Hvac, then wiring.
The reason being that plumbing can't be routed around obstacles as easily because drain water must flow downhill; air duct is also hard to route around obstacles but slightly easier because air can be blown up hill or downhill; Wiring can go around everything easily.

If you do wiring first you may well run wiring through a space that you will want to run a drain pipe or air duct and you'll need to rewire that section.
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Welcome to the forums and as ddawg said, thank you for your service.
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