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Location: Solvay, NY
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I am not new to to home remodelling. I have worked in construction off and on from high school untill I graduated until I got out of the Marines. I did do stage craft my junior year for school productions And framing and siding as side jobs while in the military.

I went into the Marines straight after High school where I started helping friends build shedds and barns. I did alot of framing, and even helped a friend restore a 26 foot boat.

I moved into a small house and decided that granny stuff/decor was way dated. I bought a crap load of tools and got started. After 6 years of remodelling/renovations and a few natural mishaps (sewage pipe breaking, furnace giving out, faulty, old wiring that had to be replaced or rerouted, and a windstorm that caused a lot of damage)! I managed to get both floors and landscaping finished. Just in time to have two babies and have to start all over again.

I was forced to retire in 2007 at age 32, due to my injuries, and be a stay at home father.

Now, I have time to spend with my kids and occationally redo a room or two. Besides I would hate to see all these pretty tools go to waste.

Please any and all comments are welcome and encouraged.

-- Semper Fi, Randy Sr

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posted 07-29-2010 01:14 AM

Welcome to HR. This is a great place to get some ideas and bounce around questions. It looks like your children will keep you busy.

-- No matter how many times I measure, I always forget the dimensions before I cut.

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