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Received a new WO yesterday to remove fallen ceiling tiles from property and BATF. Sounds simple huh. Not so fast my little friend. This is what I walked in on.

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this was a 100 x 125 ft 3 story apartment complex. You dont even want to see the basement. Needless to say I put in reverse and and bid to have a company come in for an estimate.
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Received a new WO yesterday to remove fallen ceiling tiles from property and BATF. Sounds simple huh. Not so fast my little friend. This is what I walked in on.

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this was a 100 x 125 ft 3 story apartment complex. You dont even want to see the basement. Needless to say I put in reverse and and bid to have a company come in for an estimate.
One of National vendor manager - told me don't BATF..... I said your company manual stated to BATF - HE SAID NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO NEVER EVER BATF!
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Received a new WO yesterday to remove fallen ceiling tiles from property and BATF. Sounds simple huh. Not so fast my little friend. This is what I walked in on.

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this was a 100 x 125 ft 3 story apartment complex. You dont even want to see the basement. Needless to say I put in reverse and and bid to have a company come in for an estimate.
I hope you were wearing the proper PPE while in there. That "discoloration" will make you sick in a quick hurry!



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I hope you were wearing the proper PPE while in there. That "discoloration" will make you sick in a quick hurry!
Yep as soon as I opened the door the smell hit me like a mack truck. Back to the truck to get the suit and face gear. Here is the "discoloration" in the basement.


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I've got a cure for that and its not bleach & kilz
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My recommendation has always been 5 gallons of gasoline and a road flare. What is your solution?
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My recommendation has always been 5 gallons of gasoline and a road flare. What is your solution?
I wish that freddy/fanny would get it that sometimes tearing it down IS the best option. A guy I knew did a job like that last summer. It was a farmhouse in the middle of a field but it only owned like 2 aces. The house in great shape was worth MAYBE $30k I think he said they spent $40 getting the drywall cleaned up and the house was still a dump.
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Best remedy is a can of gas and some matches. Just make sure to get good clear action photos. Then submit your BATF.
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I concur with all the response above but you how the game works. I told them I will get all the estimates they want but I refuse to enter that place again.
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