Shed reccomendations

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  1. Matt30

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    I need two sheds on my property torn down and a nice new one built in their place. Does anyone have a recommendation for someone to do this? I’m not looking for someone who wants me to help while they work, just looking to pay someone to take care of the whole project.

    I’m located in Glen Haven. Any reccomendations would be great!
     
  2. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    just don't have the time to do it yourself..? just asking
     
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    i did this last summer


    you are a smart man to pay someone else because it SUCKED. my old shed was 10x10x10 and my new one is 10x12. i pulled the shed down with my half ton truck once i stripped it to the frame, then chopped it with a chainsaw, put a nail through my foot, and then it took about 6 truck loads to get it to the dump

    then i had to build a new base with 2.5k lbs of crusher run, which i did in one truck load (not recommended when your payload capacity is 1700lbs )
    and then straight up 10 hours to build the new one

    ill, let me stress this next part, NEVER do it again
     
  4. Matt30

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    I hate carpentry. I’ll plumb anything, I’ll do electrical, paint, work on cars, landscape, male escort, whatever....but I want nothing to do with carpentry. I’d rather shove a pine cone up my cock.
     
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    Nope
     
  6. Matt30

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    Not my most favourite thing either. But I would rather paint 100 houses before I cut a 2x4 in half
     
  7. David Puddy

    yeah, that's right

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    noted haha
    quite the opposite here. Carpentry as far as the everything you listed is high on the enjoyement factor. Masonary comes in second after that, and electrical is at the other end of that specrum
     
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    Buffer the streaming media unto me.

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    Whaaaat? New member since 2003?
     

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