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    Hello

    I am a home owner working on my kitchen. I try to learn everything I can about what the workers are doing. When I Google info on a particular project, I get a lot of links to IN. You all are a wealth of information.

    I decided to join so I could ask my questions directly. to you

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    Welcome to the board Patty. We certainly are seeing a lot of homeowners posting up here lately so I guess that says something about the way we are viewed as professionals (that's a good thing).

    Any questions you have Patty, fire away. But pics to support the questions are always helpful.


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    And, remember to put on your thick skin for the session.

    Department of Redundancy Department
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    That reminds me, I need a hard hat for attic attacks, can't find a small one. Where did the mechanic's hard caps all go?

    Patty, good luck with your kitchen. Corner doors are always interesting, the different treatments we see with drawers and doors.

    John Kogel, RHI, BC HI Lic #47455
    www.allsafehome.ca

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kogel View Post
    That reminds me, I need a hard hat for attic attacks, can't find a small one. Where did the mechanic's hard caps all go?
    John,

    Google bump hats

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    Default Re: New member doing repairs

    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Brummett View Post
    Hello

    I am a home owner working on my kitchen. I try to learn everything I can about what the workers are doing. When I Google info on a particular project, I get a lot of links to IN. You all are a wealth of information.

    I decided to join so I could ask my questions directly. to you

    You might as well. It seems (the board) has become more of a DIY site than what it used to be.

    HI's helping HI's. I see it becoming a site for how to hang a fan, replace a GFCI, or can I sue somebody for missing something on my dream home.

    rick


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Hurst View Post
    You might as well. It seems (the board) has become more of a DIY site than what it used to be.

    HI's helping HI's. I see it becoming a site for how to hang a fan, replace a GFCI, or can I sue somebody for missing something on my dream home.

    rick
    OUCH! Rich are you in the dumps today or what ?

    Best

    Ron


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    Sorry, I'm with Rick on this. There are plenty of "do it yourself handyman" sites out there.

    Joe Klampfer RHI
    www.myinspection.ca
    Pacific Home Inspections

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