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Those are cool pictures.

Carpet in my office from 36".
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I can't tell, is that Berber or Shag.🤣🤣🤣🤣
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Alaska and my home.
Now that is one beautiful roof.
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Old 06-30-2021, 04:13 PM
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Now that is one beautiful roof.
I can't tell ? Are those 3-tab or Architectural shingles ?
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Now that is one beautiful roof.
If you like the roof, check out my basement!!!
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I can't tell ? Are those 3-tab or Architectural shingles ?
The kind that survived 140mph wind last year.
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If you like the roof, check out my basement!!! [IMG class=inlineimg]https://www.walleyecentral.com/forums/images/smilies/rockit.gif[/IMG]
You lose power down there in Alabam ?
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You lose power down there in Alabam ?
Only lost power one time in the almost four years I lived here. That was last year for about 4 days when Hurricane Sally gave us a direct hit. I used my generator for three days and then left three days early for a trip to Michigan to sell our house there. Power came back on two days after we left. This is my set-up. I was going to get a natural gas whole house generator but couldnít justify 10K. My set-up cost me around 2K. The power cord from the generator plugs into the Generlink on the meter base. So I can use my panel for whichever individual circuits I want. It still has to be fed fossil fuel every 7-8 hours so thatís a pain but since Iím retired I have plenty of time to mess with it. Kind of like burning wood in Michigan but that went on for months!!!
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Only lost power one time in the almost four years I lived here. That was last year for about 4 days when Hurricane Sally gave us a direct hit. I used my generator for three days and then left three days early for a trip to Michigan to sell our house there. Power came back on two days after we left. This is my set-up. I was going to get a natural gas whole house generator but couldnít justify 10K. My set-up cost me around 2K. The power cord from the generator plugs into the Generlink on the meter base. So I can use my panel for whichever individual circuits I want. It still has to be fed fossil fuel every 7-8 hours so thatís a pain but since Iím retired I have plenty of time to mess with it. Kind of like burning wood in Michigan but that went on for months!!!
I did the same thing after living in hurricane alley for 13 years in Houston....... wired a generator panel into my main electrical panel that could run 6 different circuits . We just had to decide what was important to run at any given time , based on the amp draw, since all 6 circuits could not be run at the same time.

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I did the same thing after living in hurricane alley for 13 years in Houston....... wired a generator panel into my main electrical panel that could run 6 different circuits . We just had to decide what was important to run at any given time , based on the amp draw, since all 6 circuits could not be run at the same time.

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My generator will run all the lights, TV, refrigerator, and freezer. But only one major appliance at a time. For example I canít have the AC and dryer on at the same time. So as you said, you pick what you want and when and do without the others until they become a priority. Hope I wonít need it this year but you never know. Last year was the first big hit the area here has taken in either 13 or 17 years, I forget which. So I hope itís another 13 or 17!!!
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Hereís one from Navy pier Chicago today.

Beautiful day to fly
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