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aspenedelen

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The only build back we do is small areas of dry wall as build back is not our speciality, drying wet structures is.

My associates put up the drywall in my back garage and you can see the lines btw the boards, sloppy!
 

Tom Patnode

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Only way I see doing it right is to have a full time person that just does rebuild. If you hire someone with good experience he will carry the load.
Same goes with carpet re-installs. The seams look better and its done faster by a guy that does that every day
 

CleanestCarpet

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Only way I see doing it right is to have a full time person that just does rebuild. If you hire someone with good experience he will carry the load.
Same goes with carpet re-installs. The seams look better and its done faster by a guy that does that every day
I am so glad that I have extensive repair knowledge. I will always do my own re-installs Re-seaming is an art. Please check out and like my video.
 
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CleanestCarpet

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This is what we do for the big restoration company we partnered with. Extraction, cleaning, and reinstalls. :)
When you do partner with another company are you liable for their work?
 

crash1big

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When you do partner with another company are you liable for their work?
It all depends on how you set it up. They call us to do the cleaning and reinstalls and we call them for the big floods. Everything gets billed through them so the liability is in their court. If I wanted to; I could hire them as a sub on my flood jobs and have them bill me. At that point the liability is on me. The test is ; whoever gets the check from the custy is liable (typically). :)
 

CleanestCarpet

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It all depends on how you set it up. They call us to do the cleaning and reinstalls and we call them for the big floods. Everything gets billed through them so the liability is in their court. If I wanted to; I could hire them as a sub on my flood jobs and have them bill me. At that point the liability is on me. The test is ; whoever gets the check from the custy is liable (typically). :)
Thank you. That is very helpful.
 
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