landscapers and construction companies often take on demolition work, and these entities typically quote a price that covers labor and debris removal. compare quotes from a number of companies. if the deck is in good condition, it is possible a landscaping company will remove it only for the salvage materials and not charge for its time.
rotten decking. the number one issue roofers uncover during a tear-off is rotten or soft roof decking. decking—in other words, the plywood sheathing that sits below your roof’s shingles—doesn’t always get replaced in every roofing project. in fact, if the decking seems to be in good shape, an honest roofer will usually leave it alone.
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i need help on pricing for a job on replacing the top boards on a deck. i would be tearing off old boards and replacing with new ones. i am new to construction pricing and need some advice on how to go about figuring out how much to charge.
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“if it’s a simple deck and they want to turn part of it into a porch, we have to add footings.” but if repairing the frame only saves a few grand, “you might be better off replacing the whole deck.” miller says that, whereas outback deck began by marketing its willingness to engage in deck repair, today that’s harder to do.
after decades of use, your deck has seen better days. pressure-treated boards eventually give out after endless, full exposure to repeated cycles of solar rays and precipitation. the ends of deck
char kuey teow is a very forgiving dish, and you're right that salami would be a better choice than pepperoni, but geez: i've made it with costco english breakfast sausages and my guests loved it. the recipe can absorb wide variations without getting lost: just make sure to dial it in towards the end.