__._,_.___----- Original Message -----From: email@example.comSent: Tuesday, July 08, 2008 1:50 PMSubject: Re: [papercreters] Re: Ed Conley - Project Photos / Followup MailThere are many reasons NOT to do it that way, assuming it will be permitted, but just do what makes you comfortable.N-------------- Original message --------------
From: "ElfNori" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm firmly of the opinion any full sized house project needs to be done in parts. What is the smallest space you can live in . . . start there, then add on all the additions you need to get what you want.Thoughts?ElfN----- Original Message -----From: Greg HouseI totally agree with the approach of building test structures before leaping into a major project full fury, however, when you do, you have to realize that building something on the scope of a full sized house presents problems you may not encounter while building your shed or doghouse. Aside from the fact that your material may not scale up to a larger structure there are the normal issues that come up. Things take longer, inspections may be required, other trades may be involved, weather may not be cooperative, etc...
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