Have some fun today!
I landed a little job from a Linux bud that owns some rental property. The mission is to remove and replace the worn out Masonite siding with Hardi-Plank; remove and replace the utility room entry door.
Both sLowe's and thehomedespot have a fourteen day lead time on special order Hardi-Plank. They stock enough of the Hardi material to have a presence on the shelves. Since I'm matching the existing siding I need to special order more than I need. thehomedespot had the best price on the siding so they got the business.
World Record Time
Arrived at local HD approximately 8:00 am:
Submitted by Mark on Fri, 10/15/2010 - 12:01pm.
When you're having fun. Hum...
Almost a year since I used this site..er...posted here. Gee I'm slack :)
Work has been very slow. I did a little door job today.
Submitted by Mark on Wed, 11/04/2009 - 8:22pm.
Well huggybear paid me. That was good. I didn't work in September. Well 25 hours on a roof job and the guy stiffed me.
October was good. I got to work on some very nice high end trim for High Point University. I don't get why the president of a school like HPU needs such a huge room for his suite. Two conference rooms; a dramatic entry way (foyer or whatever). It's just a ridiculous space or perhaps waste of space.
Here's the rub.
For what it cost to build this "Presidential Suite" and the "1924 Prime Steakhouse" one could feed many hungry children in High Point, North Carolina.
Submitted by Mark on Thu, 06/18/2009 - 11:35pm.
I found some work from a former supervisor (Warthog) that is in business for himself now.
The work is at High Point University. He is subcontracting for Frank L Blum Contracting. I was paid last week for three days. Today he told me he won't be able to pay me until the 25 or 26th of this month.
Okay that is a week's hold back and that is not uncommon. However, the only other guy Warthog has working for him told be he has waited three months to get paid.
Submitted by Mark on Sat, 05/16/2009 - 6:32pm.
I am tired today. We went to Ararat, NC where some in-laws live and traded labor. I tilled a 12 feet by 40 feet garden space and Johnny put new front rotors and brake pads on my wife's car. Johnny works at a parts house so he gets a substantial discount on parts.
Net results: garden space for Jackie and Johnny; new brakes for us and a sore back for Mark ;)