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Knowing that the earth has subsided from underneath the porch (and it's all cracked, anyway), I'd ask for a discount along the lines of what it would cost to bust it up, throw it away and re-pour it … . I bet I could sink that porch into the basement with a hammer. Move on to the next house, unless you both want to play the discount game. If you're going to call out a truck to pour 12+ yards of …
answered Aug 13 '15 by Mazura
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You couldn't find diagrams because that's not how it's done. The 6x6s should have gone all the way up to the roof. with the 4x4 posts for the roof I'm not going to have the adequate spacing for no …
answered Jun 30 '17 by Mazura
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Use a 8" x 4" x 1/2" Steel Angled Deck Bracket: (the same thing that should be supporting 'B') Menards cityofchicago.org deck code, page listed as 25:
answered Oct 12 '15 by Mazura