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Old 05-02-2018, 01:59 PM   #21
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My girlfriend would love it, She loves singing into a microphone and the whole neighborhood can watch through the window!


In this case no need for a spray to wash the sides of the sink. Can be moved to the side to have room for pots?
This is funny for more than a couple reasons!

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Old 05-02-2018, 04:48 PM   #22
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Get your head out of the toilet, I mean gutter!
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Will you get the job anyway plus the removal of the funny pipes?
I got the email yesterday that he wants me to fix it and also a few other things on the house. He said those guys won’t call him back and one of them is possibly in jail on unrelated charges.
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I got the email yesterday that he wants me to fix it and also a few other things on the house. He said those guys won’t call him back and one of them is possibly in jail on unrelated charges.
Nice. It will get you a little more work and a referral for sure.
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The faucet handle/control should be installed on the right side of the faucet, unless the homeowner is left-handed. This being s flip and 95% of ppl are right handed, so the control should be on the right side.
Just my 2cents worth
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Here’s the head unit in the room with the wall heater. After I hung it I stepped back and looked at it. Damn it, how did I hang it crooked. Grabbed my level and it’s perfect. The ceiling is crooked making the visuals of my unit look way off.
As I always say (I do a lot of renovations), "When renovating it's often more important to look good than to actually be good." Whenever possible just follow what's there.
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Designers and engineers at these faucet companies have to do something during the day to justify their checks.

I could see kids making a big mess with that faucet.

What is the texture of the neck? Looks like that thin "rubbery" coating from the 90s that ends up getting sticky.

Totally true..
Or too much HGTV!!!
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