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Old 12-21-2017, 10:02 AM   #11
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Honestly no idea. When I was cutting a hole on the soaking tub to access the drain and water lines so I could cap them for demo, it was like a plastic tile. Smelled like fiberglass. That old bathroom was definitely built solid.
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Old 12-21-2017, 01:41 PM   #12
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Depends on the spot. Quarter where the tub sits, almost full by the toilet. It’s just so terrible. Tile guys were on something, that’s for sure. One guy said Zoloft but who knows. I hate working with this company , but it’s the boss man’s bread and butter. They pay him weekly, but still not a company I’d want to associate myself with. They stiffed him $500 for a job I did an hour away because “his price wasn’t budgeted for that much”. Saddest thing is, he bit the bullet and allowed it. Screw that. He claims he’s just going to pad hours on other jobs we do to compensate, but who isnot to say they won’t do it again.
My Master doesn’t put up with that crap. They know that the site has to be empty when we arrive. If we show up and the sparky or tin knocker is there, we walk and that is an extra trip charge, hourly from the time we leave the shop until we get home or to the next job.

The company we deal with are slow payers to begin with. Just roughed in two bathrooms earlier this week. Owner of the company showed up with a check, payment in full otherwise they’d get a lien on another property and no work that day.

He’s an ******* in so many ways and loves the title!
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Who makes the fixtures? I installed some Kohler body sprayers in a hotel . Huge pain in the ass. I'm sure you high end guys are better then me, but I did not like them .
That's assuming the high end guys have handled the exact same valves before. But, with so many out there, you can go a couple of years without handling the same one. So, each job can be a learning curve, aka a pita.
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