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I got into an arguement with QC that i am not suppose to spray studs with killz they rather it brushed or rolled on.I have seen somany hackjobs from these so called Contractors it makes the rest of us look like idiots.I am certified in mold by the way
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Did they approve it as sprayed?
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I got into an arguement with QC that i am not suppose to spray studs with killz they rather it brushed or rolled on.I have seen somany hackjobs from these so called Contractors it makes the rest of us look like idiots.I am certified in mold by the way
We spray kilz all the time.
Why would they care if you were spraying in any way. Dumbest thing ever. We seen someone paint floor with kilz (reason unknown). We had few things with AFAS also in the history of our relationships. I suspect their QC purpose is make you miserable or not to pay whatsoever. Also we seen a drop in their load. What happened to their portfolio, especially to WF contract they were so proud of. Don't take me wrong, some people at AFAS are nice and we had less issues with them than we had with SG, but bid process with them is a torture
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I have found them to be nicer then most nationals,I have never heard you cant spray on it.So far i have been passed along to 3 people in qc.I am down to them for the last company we work with in preservation.
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Rather than argueing with them, wich does no one any

good, spray it on and send them a picture of a roller or brush. Just make it fit into their little squares, and move on. Unless it's going to cost you a lot of time and money, don't argue with them. I have been able to talk my way out of nearly every issue with QC so far. Last one was a roof bid to replace ridge vent, bid for 1sq, of top course shingles. Didn't have to replace them after all. Still got paid for them, by stating " I have to bid for the worst case"
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What was wrong with the old ridge vent?
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It wasn't making me any money.

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What was wrong with the old ridge vent?

Nah, it leaked intermittently, in high winds.
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Is that rolled ridge vent?
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My company installed a rolled low profile Owens Corning

Shingle Over Style ridge vent in accordance with standard roofing and ventilation practices. Did you not see the roll of vent in the one photo. You need to pay a little closer attention to detail.
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