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    Default No job too small. No working space too small.

    I visited Marblehead, Mass. today.

    There must be some contractors that specialize in working in cramped quarters!

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    Default Re: No job too small. No working space too small.

    How is one to do repairs to their home when they are that close?


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    Default Re: No job too small. No working space too small.

    I see this a lot in the Bronx some with asphalt siding between. I don't know how some contractors are able to repair this when needed???


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    Default Re: No job too small. No working space too small.

    honey

    did you hear that loud fart--was that you


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    Default Re: No job too small. No working space too small.

    Is that what is known as a crack house?


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    Default Re: No job too small. No working space too small.

    Years ago I was president of a condo board during a building wide plumbing replacement contract. The bathrooms had a plaster ceiling (maybe drywall, but I think it was plaster) that was slightly below the rest of the ceilings, so there was maybe a 10" gap gap above it. The ceiling had a square flush light in the middle of the ceiling, probably 10" or 12" square.

    A plumber saved us a ton of money by figuring out how he could plumb the entire bathroom through the hole for the light. I have no idea how he did it, but there was no demo at all in any of the 112 bathrooms. (The new shower units fed from the ceiling and were mounted outside the tile).


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