Since an early age I've been creating, building and modifying the world in which we live. Raised by some master crafters, I've learned so many skills they all seem to have blended together into a meta-skill. I'm a creative problem solver and a college educated analyzer of businesses and systems. I bring a broad perspective having lived and worked in the most rural settings to the most modern of locals, and I'm at home everywhere I go.

Anatomy Of A Demolition – (Part 3: Starting Demo Area)

We started with this part of the apartment for a few reasons.  To start with, this was the only part of the apartment where there was no tin ceiling, which made it much easier to take down (as you will see in Part – ).  We needed an area to begin piling up the debris, because nothing was leaving until the entire demolition job was done.  Once the dividing wall was down, this area would serve that need well.  We also had a well sealed floor in this part of the apartment.

(Part 4)  Will talk about the tin ceiling removal.





In place of real biographical information (which requires time and effort that has yet to be expended) let me just offer this brief bit. College Educated Academic Type with a Combined Business Major specializing in Analyzing Things. Coupled with an Artistic Earth-Centered Country-Raised Kid with an Expansive-Green-Organic Adulthood while being many things including Heretic Ecentric and Risk-Taker. In there somewhere, you might find some insight into the cognitive being known as Lee Semanek.

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