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This is part 2 of this thread from last October.

Any of you do this type of work or know someone who does?

@dial1911 @AtlMedic @erkinator I know you fellers are pretty damn handy. Definitely missing whoever was redoing their basement recently too. Can't remember who it was.

-A walk-in therapeutic tub removed and replaced with a regular tub/shower.
-Tear down an entire wall in order to open up the family room and dining room.
-New LVT/P or similar throughout about 700 or so square feet.
-All new kitchen cabinets.
-Kitchen bar removed and replaced higher up. It is awkwardly low now.
-Rip a built in shelf off of a wall and repair/replace drywall underneath (I can prob do this myself).
-Exterior trim fix around the chimney where the wood is separated and might possibly leak.
-Fix a few gutters that are starting to hang off a little.

Already Complete:
-Two new garage doors and one new motor.
-Updating the HVAC to now blow air into a room in the basement.
-New LVT/P in one room in the basement.
 

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I’ve done some home repair and basic remodeling but I am far from a professional. That said, if you decide to tackle any of these projects on your own and need a spare set of hands I’ll be happy to come help.
 

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Lmao. “Luxury vinyl tile/plank”. It’s like the newer better version of laminate type shit was in its day.


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Yep. I worked for Amtico for 5 yrs before they got bought by Mannington.
 
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Yep. I worked for Amtico for 5 yrs before they got bought by Mannington.
I’ve heard amazing things about it. Easier and cheaper to install, lasts longer, harder to scratch, never needs to be refinished, doesn’t crack, and some of it looks insanely good.


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I’ve heard amazing things about it. Easier and cheaper to install, lasts longer, harder to scratch, never needs to be refinished, doesn’t crack, and some of it looks insanely good.


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They can make some amazing styles with different print and emboss rolls. We also had a 50 ton press for doing treadplate and Lego type texture. Just a good surface prep, lay down the adhesive and place tile.
 

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Not sure about who is in your area but I know a cabinet guy @trees4e but he prolly has plenty of work. He might know if a general carpenter or someone who is in the biz.
 
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Not sure about who is in your area but I know a cabinet guy @trees4e but he prolly has plenty of work. He might know if a general carpenter or someone who is in the biz.
@Leshaire I do know a guy who can handle this stuff, but right now he's working building sets for the movies. As soon as his current project ends he'll be out of a job till the next one.
Usually he works with me doing cabinets in between jobs.
Maybe we can work out a plan to help you out...What's your timeline? I see you're nearby, so that's good.
 
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Leshaire

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@Leshaire I do know a guy who can handle this stuff, but right now he's working building sets for the movies. As soon as his current project ends he'll be out of a job till the next one.
Usually he works with me doing cabinets in between jobs.
Maybe we can work out a plan to help you out...What's your timeline? I see you're nearby, so that's good.
Absolutely! I’m in no rush. I’d like it all done in the next 2 years or less, because in about 2 years I’ll be looking for a bigger house and to rent this one out. Don’t mind doing a project at a time. I couldn’t afford to pay someone to do it all up front anyways.


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This is part 2 of this thread from last October.

Any of you do this type of work or know someone who does?

@dial1911 @AtlMedic @erkinator I know you fellers are pretty damn handy. Definitely missing whoever was redoing their basement recently too. Can't remember who it was.

-A walk-in therapeutic tub removed and replaced with a regular tub/shower.
-Tear down an entire wall in order to open up the family room and dining room.
-New LVT/P or similar throughout about 700 or so square feet.
-All new kitchen cabinets.
-Kitchen bar removed and replaced higher up. It is awkwardly low now.
-Rip a built in shelf off of a wall and repair/replace drywall underneath (I can prob do this myself).
-Exterior trim fix around the chimney where the wood is separated and might possibly leak.
-Fix a few gutters that are starting to hang off a little.

Already Complete:
-Two new garage doors and one new motor.
-Updating the HVAC to now blow air into a room in the basement.
-New LVT/P in one room in the basement.


Me doing the basement.90 percent or your list I could do. Just no time. I spent 16 years in a lot of different trades of construction in my life. Removing a wall is not bad as long as not load bearing.Have to then worry about electrical. WHole different animal.

Tub,pretty big job, tile afterwards and structure,plumbing.

Gutters,I pay people
Kitchen cabinets. Pretty intense,leveling and making sure all is cut right.
 

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This is part 2 of this thread from last October.

Any of you do this type of work or know someone who does?

@dial1911 @AtlMedic @erkinator I know you fellers are pretty damn handy. Definitely missing whoever was redoing their basement recently too. Can't remember who it was.

-A walk-in therapeutic tub removed and replaced with a regular tub/shower.
-Tear down an entire wall in order to open up the family room and dining room.
-New LVT/P or similar throughout about 700 or so square feet.
-All new kitchen cabinets.
-Kitchen bar removed and replaced higher up. It is awkwardly low now.
-Rip a built in shelf off of a wall and repair/replace drywall underneath (I can prob do this myself).
-Exterior trim fix around the chimney where the wood is separated and might possibly leak.
-Fix a few gutters that are starting to hang off a little.

Already Complete:
-Two new garage doors and one new motor.
-Updating the HVAC to now blow air into a room in the basement.
-New LVT/P in one room in the basement.
Gutter fix PM Johnny Survivor on ODT. He used to be a roofer. He did mine at my old house. There’s a bracket they sell at HD so those nails never come off.
 

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You on this side of town or freaking Macon lol?


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I get around!

If I have the time, I'm usually down to ride! I make it out to W Atlanta quite a bit, got family out that way. So, it's usually nothing for me to make the ride!