Seller said...

That he’s a skilled roofer…:lol:




Its clear to me their must be some relation,

Damn funny TF

Excellent work if he’s also Swedish

**skild : Swedish - English **


methinks there’s an oxymoron there:mrgreen:

I’m not sure what this means, but I was referring to the exposed nails which of course are not allowed. :wink:

Did you also find that he was a “skilled” electrician, plumber, framer, painter, tile setter, etc? :shock: :smiley: :smiley: :smiley:

Welcome back, Erol.

Hi Blaine. :smiley:

Just for you, another sign of roof expertise. Shingles ala nail popping on the sides, new shakes on the front and here we are totally undecided for six months…so we’ll just try the paper out. :wink:

Got another call for one of these tomorrow. :twisted: Lately I’ve had agents calling me to inspect *their investments *but they won’t let me near their clients. :o


Oh, those were exposed nails…I thought they were bird droppings. =)

What exactly is it that the roofer is skilled at? Because roofing isn’t it.

No talent, probably no experience either. Probably got into the union. then they had to let him put shingles on, per union law. Kidding. that kinda crap really pies me off. then they’ll bch when you write it up. I AM AN EXCELLENT DIY…BLAH…BLAH…BLAH…

Did you ask why he had someone unskilled do his roof then?
Cleary a skilled roofer would have done the job right.:shock:


Never. That’s none of my business. :wink:

How about this new method of shingling around a skylight?