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  1. Re: How to determine if old lap siding is salvegable

    I'm not too concerned about the asbestos abatement cost and plan to either do it myself and dispose of it properly or pay a pro crew to do it. It's only about $1.50-$2.00 per square foot in this...
  2. Re: How to determine if old lap siding is salvegable

    [QUOTE=function;278921]The fact that this is a rental has an impact if it were my project.

    ^ Meaning, that since it's a rental you'd reside after a few years of income?
  3. Re: How to determine if old lap siding is salvegable

    My 65 year old neighbor moved into his house with his parents in the mid-1950s, inherited it, and now lives there. According to him and one other neighbor, the lap siding was in pristine condition...
  4. Re: How to determine if old lap siding is salvegable

    Thanks for the feedback. I understand that I'd be looking at a lot of prep time if salvageable, and there would be a lot of nail holes. Generally speaking, is there a definable threshold that a pro...
  5. How to determine if old lap siding is salvegable

    Longtime reader but new poster here. My wife and I recently purchased an early 1940s home in NC. I've done a lot of research on the house. By the 1950s, the lap siding (yellow pine), was covered...
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