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Discussion in 'Heavy Equipment & Pavement' started by AWJ Services, Sep 8, 2008.
Stairway too heaven.
Stairway to hell with all the nails and broken glass wating for you at the bottom though.
Just say no too tires.
I have some pics of the structure before I felled it that I will post later.They are on my camera.This was from my phone.
It was a mother in law suite that was 98% done.
The hardwood floor guys left rags in a box inside and they spontaneously combusted and caused quite a mess.
Yea, that's what they all say about the "mother-in-law" stuff........."it was an accident".
Here is what the original structure looked like.
I actually saved the sub floor in the back which was over a crawl space.
Not a very good picture.
Here is the mess that was on the floor.
I've been in the cabinet business 32 years and four times I have personally seen the damage caused by the spontaneous combustion of stain rags. The worst I have seen was a painting contractors van burned to the ground.
I would have never beleived it possible.
Most floors down here are prefinished.
Very few builders use floors that are finished on site.