Robin Ford Building & Remodeling, Inc

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We wish to have a vent installed to the outside of home. Currently, the micro-wave vents smoke ect. to the inside of home.
Aug 2, 2015
In most cases we can do it. It runs about $250.00 in material and about $1000.00 in labor  But this is sight un seen  It can be vented through the floor joist system and out the house  It can be vente ... read more
Last edited Aug 2, 2015 3:03pm
is it ok to put up foam board sheeting on the exterior of the house with 1 inch capped nails
Aug 15, 2014
In a word...yes. As Katie mentioned, you need an appropriate length fastener and a cap nail is ideal. What you haven't mentioned is what the wall depth is as well as climate.  If you have 2x6 walls, 1 ... read more

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