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Old 05-25-2015, 12:53 AM   #21
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I love bar joist. Done it for 8 years. Ive pressure washed and also blew them down with air. I prefer air. That's really not much work. You'll wanna get more than one Lift going and definitely Dry Fall. Easy money! 99% of the time The decking is going too. Spot prime where the paint chipped with Kem Kromik. I always throw poly down even though I use Dry Fall. Make sure you cover the sprinkler heads. Tin foil works best.Suit up, spray sock and Vaseline too. These two pics I attached are not bar joist but your job should look something like this. Have fun.
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This is very interesting.
A grinder with a faceoff disc can waste a beam in an hour.
Polycarbonate shields in the interstices between the roof and the beam, HVLP with 3thou capacity, two coats in two hours.
Add EWP cost and paint, call it 5hrs per [email protected]$80hr labour, a judicious 10% for whoopsies and do two a day.
You Yankees set the benchmark, if they can't cop that, walk away.
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