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California Flood Repair
Repairing flood damage is not my usual frame job, but this one got me out of the snow and onto a job site with a swimming pool. A nice touch in January.
When I left Easton I knew it was snowing here and I had an easy job of replacing about eight feet of wall and a vanity. With a 1025 mile commute, each way.
When I got there, and the mold abatement guys had gotten done, I found almost forty linear feet of wall stripped to the studs in two bathrooms and the master bedroom. The walls, vanity, and flooring had to be replaced. So much for a three day job, followed by a little relaxing in the sun.
The owners are planning on getting a cesky terrier later this year, and took this wallpaper scrap to be a sign from God, or Dog, that it was a good idea. You can almost see it's cute little button nose.
The replacement bath turned out sharp.
While I was doing the flood repair, my wife and children helped the homeowners repaint parts of the house that had been unaffected by water damage, but suffered from beigeitis.