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Bill Kibbel

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  1. Bill Kibbel

    Sistering Floor joists is this ok??

    I would prefer glue and screw. Some engineers here insist on bolts.
  2. Hey Chad, I gotta check this place out. Lets put together a couple days of classes here. Adaptive reuse of a former insane asylum in Buffallo, NY
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    This is COOL

    I've seen quite a few in the UK. Don't know why so few here.
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    voltage stick

    Pranus, why do you just paste text copied from other sites? Are you an inspector there in Maharashtra?
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    Roof Part Name?

    It was asked and answered in another post over a year ago.
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    Roof Part Name?

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    Cat IV Roof termination with plumbing stack flashing

    Repair collars, without the flange, are available.
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    Copper and aluminum SEC

    I think India uses the Britiish IET regulations. 😁
  9. Stepped on many and also stuck to firearms in crawlspaces.
  10. Did you pee on the sign?
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    Anyone know of a good inspector in nyc?

    Arlene Puentes www.octoberhome.com
  12. Bill Kibbel

    Tub Step-Down

    Clawfoot tubs.
  13. The stains show that more than just a leak at the drain occurred. Nothing will continue grow if there's no moisture. After the leaks are fixed and everything's dry, spray it with Concrobium (sodium carbonate and TSP). Probably not necessary but folks that believe all the hype about mold feel better.
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    Slate Roof Information

    Might be helpful for some folks inspecting slate roofs. historicbldgs.com/slate_roof.htm
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    Post Frame Construction Home

    I've been in a couple timber framed homes with SIPs. One was a reassembled 18th century barn frame. The panels were applied to the exterior, not tween the timbers.
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