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  • #16
    looks real good. I know my self I hate trying to make this fit from a mile away so you did better than I would have.

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    • #17
      Very excellent looking! You made some money and another guy is making bids.

      Would you please provide a picture of the area where the screws attach railings to the stucco? I snagged one of your pics to clarify my request.

      Thank You.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Johnny View Post
        Very excellent looking! You made some money and another guy is making bids.

        Would you please provide a picture of the area where the screws attach railings to the stucco? I snagged one of your pics to clarify my request.

        Thank You.
        Thanks guys. I'm not sure I understand. You are looking at the mount points
        for the rail in that picture. Three tabs at each end are welded in place to the horz channels.
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        • #19
          Originally posted by monte55 View Post
          The stucco columns were over plywood and 2x6 material was placed in the areas for the screws. I used a black button head wood type that takes a torx bit with the hole in the middle available at Kings. His workers will secure the center post as it is tile and they have a diamond bit to bore the holes.
          I love those. They almost look like a rivet. Very low profile and strong.

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          • #20
            Yeah.........they look a lot nicer than a hex head. I like the button head.
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            • #21
              Rail

              I think you did a great job, But I agree with others about the prices Should have got more money Will not last long giving your nice work away but you will make lots of so called friends. Well great job any ways.

              Vernon

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              • #22
                Nice work! I agree with the others though, way too cheap! I get ~$100/foot for similar work, not installed...
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                • #23
                  I wonder, if I go back and ask for a little more money, would he be receptive
                  to the idea.
                  Nick
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