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Software developer working primarily in VB.NET/ASP.NET and Sql Server. Occasionally working in ORACLE. I love RegEx and jQuery!

Hobbyist prop maker. Have created several Mass Effect replica weapons and am on my first armor build; projects and pictures on at my web page.


Aug
23
awarded  Commentator
Aug
23
comment Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
@fry.pan , i'm just looking for alternatives that might be easier to install, and - not having any seams - theoretically have fewer potential points of failure.
Aug
23
comment Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
@mike, just from reading the websites about it. they all seem to refer strictly to flat or nearly flat rooves.
Aug
19
comment Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
Thanks for the tip @Mike, looks like that is primarily for flat or nearly flat roofs though.
Aug
9
awarded  Custodian
Aug
9
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
Aug
9
comment Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
Hmm, that sounds like it would be perfect. Then you can just melt a layer over the peak too and be done with it. I'll have to look that up.
Aug
9
asked Are alternative roofing types, such as rubber roll, usable for a typical residential sloped roof?
May
12
revised What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
spelling fix and a few grammar
May
12
suggested suggested edit on What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
May
12
awarded  Scholar
May
12
accepted What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
May
11
comment What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
How'd you do that? Was it the same kind of polyurethane that you would use on say, a wooden floor?
May
9
comment What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
Talked to the company, something to note on these tiles is they are plain steel, not stainless, so steps may be necessary to account for rust. Still going to check them out though!
May
7
comment What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
Very cool... will definitely have to check them out! Thanks for the tip!!
May
3
comment What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
Wow! At $ 1.75 a sq foot, that's the cheapest I've seen them, too. How long ago was it that you installed these? Have they been holding up well?
Mar
21
awarded  Editor
Jun
20
comment What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?
Hmm, I've found at a local paneling place that you can get the plastic tiles, unfinished and ready for painting, for about 3.xx$/sq-ft, as opposed to Home Depot's 6.67$/sq-ft. Little extra work to paint them, but a BIG savings!
Jun
15
awarded  Student
Jun
15
asked What should I look for when choosing faux tin ceiling tiles?