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Employee-free doesn’t mean hassle free: A solid schedule and good lines of communication are crucial when you sub out the whole job.
The last thing a gerneral contractor needs is to have a job put on hold because of a failed electrical inspection. A master electrician shows how to identify the trouble spots before the inspector does.
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Termite barrier tip, innovative fasteners
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Q: Many of the receptacles I use have push-in connectors on the back. Does a push-in connection perform as well as the side-mounted screw terminal connection?
Q: Is there a simple way to size floor joists?
Q: Last winter, our siding sub installed aluminum fascia in very cold temperatures. When the weather warmed up, the fascia expanded and buckled severely. What’s the proper way to install aluminum fascia to prevent this from happening?
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Whole-house ventilation strategies
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Working with showrooms
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Metal brake tips
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