Before they start accusing us from changing this forum into a "beer"forum...
I'm just joking... although it would be nice if they did give a little more info when they disappear for a while.msiert said:Hey watch the comments about contractors, I are one. I see over head power coming into the house. That's has to be moved for the garage addition. Is the contractor waiting on the Tenn. Electrical Power Dist. to run the new underground power.
I know you were joking too. The issue with our contractor was he ran a line of credit all over town then ran away. He did do INCREDIBLE work IMO. It was a shame he left. <-- that really says something about the quality of his work that I can overlook the whole skipping out with the money thing and compliment the job he did.msiert said:Hi Eric,
I know you were joking I was just having a little fun. I never ask for money down and on my billing I include the invoices from the suppliers and sub contractors. The trick is to have a line of credit to draw from to cover the bills until I get paid for the home owner. Most contractors do not want to show their costs and their profit margin. That's how I get most of my business...... people understand a contractors fee based on a % of the construction cost.
Holy Smokes! Now that's a garage! How big is that? Looks to be about 60' x 80'.series1gtv said:I've now got all the room in the world. This was supposed to be a barn but the cars took over. My 69gtv, my Dad's 1976 BMW 2002(green) my 2002(maroon)and Dad's 55 chevy parts (it's at the paint shop)He's still trying to decide on a motor. Actually there is still room for other cars and a tractor. I've still got some posters and signs to put in from my old garage, then it will be complete. My old garage was crammed with stuff it was usually difficult to get a car in it so all this space is a little overwhelming (in a good way).