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Re: Truss gap over the wall [truss skroo-ups]

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Here's the interesting part - the "carpenter" was a large panelized fabricator, and the "owner" is the owner of a large GC firm that does a lot of single and multi family work. This was to be his house, and to be used as a "model" for some of the higher end things they could do. He's determined to get it right, and to hold the fabricators feet to the fire over it.

On an entirely other topic, have you noticed how much builders will tout the benefits of modern conveniences, like PEX plumbing in the homes they build, but when you happen to see their personal residences under construction, they always seem to have the more traditional (read:expensive) non-visible items, like copper?

-- 
Jordan

Jnapd(--nospam--at)aol.com wrote:
Jordan:
Sounds like the contractor just covered it up and his problem went away for then........unless he changed name and has new life.
 
Joe Venuti
Johnson & Nielsen Associates
Palm Springs, CA





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