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I can answer almost all questions related to the total construction process. My expertise is in commercial construction, though I can field most any residential question. I have hands on experience in concrete, heavy equipment, masonry, all phases of carpentry, interior finishes, and I am fairly strong in mechanical and electrical.

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I have over 20 years experience as a commercial carpenter and commercial construction superintendent. I have another 20 years experience in facility management for a major school district.


My favorite hobby for he past 12 years has been singing bass in a The OkChorale men's barbershop chorus and the Mature Moments quartet.


I hold a Bachelor's degree in English and Math. I have completed many continuing education hours in the building trades. I hold a Master Carpenter card from the AGC, Associated General Contractors.

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2017-02-25 solar air Heating pros and cons:

Louisa,     This is a vast subject that does not lend itself to short answers. It sounds as if you already own a home and want to upgrade or add to what you have. One of the first decisions has to be whether

2017-01-26 ground source heat pump what is it? benefits:

Marie,  hvac is an industry abbreviation for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning.  A ground source system can provide both heat and cooling.  It requires burying a loop of flexible tubing buried


Certainly you can run it out the side wall.  The important thing is to maintain all the minimum clearances from any and all combustible surfaces.  One draw back to wood fires is being able to clean the

2016-02-28 cleaning products:

henry, it is impossible to answer your question.    If heavy equipment is covered with grease and mud a high pressure steam jennie is best.  There are specific products for different surfaces.  There some


Robert, I taught high school at Brighton many moons ago.    I am not the best to answer your solar questions, but I did a google search and found many good articles, including "What you need to go off


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