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My latest project..sorry guys not P&P :)

My latest project. Fire.
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Good work is you can get it.

We did have a job for a national years ago, large single story house on slab. The order was for a trashout. The house had been completely gutted by fire and the inside didn't look much different that your photos. I don't recall which one, but it was one of the big three. Guys literally shoveling soot and ash from the floor into bags. Paid very well, but we looked about as silly as the sub who winterized it before us, and the broker who went by and put his sign in the yard.
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LOOKS LIKE FUN!!!!! bet It pays way better than any p&p to
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Good work is you can get it.

We did have a job for a national years ago, large single story house on slab. The order was for a trashout. The house had been completely gutted by fire and the inside didn't look much different that your photos. I don't recall which one, but it was one of the big three. Guys literally shoveling soot and ash from the floor into bags. Paid very well, but we looked about as silly as the sub who winterized it before us, and the broker who went by and put his sign in the yard.

Asinine. Borderline fraud on the National IMHO. The $$$ coulda been put toward teardown..........
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Your are 100% right. I'm really thinking now it was probably Safeguard, and phone calls and emails w/pics would have been sent beforehand. And, yes, the house was eventually pushed over and removed, so it was a waste of $, but there had been so many examples like that from preservation companies, it no longer became the exception.
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My latest project. Fire.
looks like a wood foundation on the bottom, and it looks its still intact. that just plain weird! Why didn't it burn too?

I ready like working with those clam shell buckets, i see in the pics the case has one on the end of the arm. Nice, rental i suppose.

But i dont see the water hose spraying down the site for dust?

Looks like fun tho.


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That's a beautiful mess!! All I see is green...
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Nice gig Wannabe....did you use DeCarlo?
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No. It was a big loss up in NW Ia.

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