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JayneEVHI

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JayneEVHI last won the day on August 5 2019

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About JayneEVHI

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  • Birthday 06/14/1958

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    Eastern Madera county, by Bass Lake and Yosemite national park
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    Home Inspector- Caregiver-Landscape gardener

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  1. Does anybody have a pic of what Hardie Board looks like?
  2. Gee Jim, looks a bit dangerous with that glass behind it. Or am I biting on a joke?
  3. Oh, I get it now. Thank's Jim. This is a good thread for newbs like me, who are trying to learn more.
  4. The door must exit into an open outdoor space I believe. Did I understand your question correctly?
  5. Ooooooh, gee wiz! Did I say just a few things wrong or or everything wrong in that post? Please, excuse me if it seemed like I was attempting to brag about my high mileage, second owner, used, POS that I bought to use as my business truck. I guess what I was getting at is that any truck will do as long as its dependable and presentable and is good. on gas.
  6. I just bought a 1997 Chevy C1500 with what I think is called a crew cab, has 3 doors? I paid 3200.00. It came with a new, rounded tube, lumber rack on it.The interior is in pristine condition. The engine is the old Vortex engines that I have been told run forever. I changed the brake fluid, flushed and put new coolant in the radiator, did an oil change and she's happy now.Tires were brand new and she had 147,000 miles on her. I am the third owner, I will wash her and take a pic so ya'all can take a peek at her. I named her Gertrude, Big Gertie for short.
  7. Thanks for that link Jim, interesting study indeed.
  8. Indeed, I agree completely. However, my opinion was requested by family and it was given. I explained the roles of the buyer's agent and sellers agent and the inspector. In this case the agent is playing both roles. I also told them who normaly hires who. Thanks for your input Marc, I am well aware this is not my fight and never considered it to be a fight at all. I see. it as an unethical real estate agent, and an ill-informed seller. I was just asking. I guess I must be sounding like a gossip, or a useless thread inventor. That was not my intention, I apologise.
  9. Thankyou Mycakers, much appreciated. Mark, my favorite nephew ( I have 6 adult nephews) is engaged to the sellers daughter. They have lived in the home for past 7 years. My nephew was complaining about all the seperate specialist sent for inspections and about the repair man who made some small repairs causing more damage than he fixed. My nephew has been in constuction trades for years and knows how repairs should be done. He asked me to come over and inspect the crawl and the few repairs that guy did. So he could give his future father-in-law my opinion. I am not a licenced pe
  10. Correct, however since you don't have to pay for the electricity to keep 50 or 60 gallons of water warm to hot 24/7, and pay to heat it back up after using all the hot water in the tank, on demand tankless WH save money. Yes, it does take a little longer to get hot water from a faucet, that's because the water that is setting in the water pipes after the tankless gets cold. So you get cold then hot. Does not take a long time to get hot water. They do have to be properly vented and installed per manufactures instructions and the outer surface of the tankless gets very hot so it needs its own
  11. I know I know, a ancient thread. Not sure if erby is still around. I can't help myself. I thought that one inch of rainfall was calculated by one inch of rainfall over one acre of land, equals one inch of rain. That is the calculation when weather men report how many inches of rain different areas were getting, got, or might be getting. Please come back erby, and correct me if I am wrong.
  12. Hey to all you HI professionals in here. I am new here and a new HI, Well, truthfully I am still in the process of setting up my business about 40 min from Yosemite National Park. Still shopping for insurance, and have to do he website thing and ...well you know. I am not here to just pick your brains, though I will try to do that too. I am actually in my first post.....here..am going to share a little Powder Post beetle stuff FYI. Here goes. Powder Post beetles are a reddish brown to black, flattened bodied beetle. They bore 1/4" , 1/13" to 1/16" holes in wood members, like f
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