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    work stuff

    This is what's keeping us busy this winter.
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    Nice... Good to be busy!

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    Looken good Chuck
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    can almost smell it chuck..glad yu got work.. and steady to boot..
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    is that Brents yard barn?
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    Chuck I bet you get some good size white oysters each day

    Good to see you are staying busy.
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    Glad you're staying busy Chuck. Just a question, what is going on the ceilings? I always thought you rocked the ceiling first. Maybe we do it backwards here in the midwest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff Bower View Post
    Glad you're staying busy Chuck. Just a question, what is going on the ceilings? I always thought you rocked the ceiling first. Maybe we do it backwards here in the midwest.
    Cedar is going on the one up stairs and the one in the basement is going to be a dropped ceiling.
    And yes we rock the ceilings first up here to. That is when they are getting rock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Thoits View Post
    Cedar is going on the one up stairs and the one in the basement is going to be a dropped ceiling.
    And yes we rock the ceilings first up here to. That is when they are getting rock.
    is it going to be a T&G boards for the ceiling? What size (4" 6" 8" etc) do you normally use for your ceilings and what do you typically finish them with for an indoor application?


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    wish I wasnt so cheap, Id love to have someone come in and resheetrock my entire upstairs attic bedrooms.makes everyting look so clean and crisp when its painted.

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