I have a vinyl liner pool and I was wathcing the bottom being prepared. 1) The bottom needs to be very smooth my builder used a hand trowel to do this. My liner is 22 mil thick and I do feel little bumps her and there. If it is not trowled smooth it will be very rough on your feet. 2) The corners where the wall and bottom meet need to be rounded so that dirt won't settle in. 3)A cement product called vermiculite ( Im not sure of the spelling) should be used. This has an absortion material mixed with it that helps pull moisture away from the vinyl so that it doesn't get mildew underneath.I believe this is about 2 to 4 inches thick.
If you are having a vinyl liner installed in the pool, then your pool is not being constructed properly.
Asking "how do i know if a vinyl liner pool is being constructed properly" is like asking "how do i know if the straw house being built on sand is being constructed properly."
A properly constructed pool needs no liner of any kind.
Todd you need to study about the types of pools that are installed that is installed!!!! Putting in a vinyl lined pool has nothing to do with the pool being constructed properly, it is the type of pool by choice, obviosly you didn't read the answer from Tim. There are FIBERGLASS, GUNITE and VINYL lined pools, that is if you want to consider FIBERGLASS and GUNITE as a liner . I have a vinyl pool which incorporates steel walls with the bottom being vermiculite. Of course if you want a mud hole then you wouldn't put in a liner.
Stonehenge was constructed in BC which means Before Christ.
Generally you just ask the contractor if he's insured, before hiring them.
A home owner should get at least 5 quotes before deciding on a siding contractor.
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First of all, make sure your contractor is licensed, bonded and insured before signing on the dotted line. The general contractor usually hires all the subcontractors which are your plumbers, electricians and carpenters and you will want to get in writing, from him, that all of them are properly licensed/trained for the jobs they are doing.
If you agree to work and do not pay a contractor can file a lien at any time.
A plumbing contractor, is almost certainly a gentleman who will try to ascertain how much you know about plumbing, before he provides a quote for a job.
That completely depends on the contract you signed with them. First you need to determine if you have the legal right to terminate the contractor as per the contract. Generally one of the three conditions have to be met: the contractor is court ordered into bankruptcy, makes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors due to contractors insolvency, or a court appoints a receiver to the contractor Secondly, the contractor is entitled to receive funds for the work he has reasonably completed to date. I would get advise from a lawyer before the contractor slaps a lien on the property and before you know it there is a legal demand before the courts to have your house sold to pay the unpaid invoice
After- it is a Neolithic monument
Before choosing a contractor you should check credentials and the better business bureau. Once you do that typically you can get three or four bids and choose from there. Alot of times there prices may even be negociated.
Before a contractor can get a license they will need to submit to a background check, take an exam and pass, and purchase any required permits. Each state will have different requirements.
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In most states, the contractor must have performed work or brought materials to the job site before he can file a lien.
Yes, The CN tower was constructed between 1973 - 1976. The Eiffel tower was constructed between 1887 - 1889
Before hiring a landscape contractor, make sure you interview them, check their references and see if they have kept a portfolio of their completed work. Many states also require a landscape contractor to be licensed to be sure to ask!
It was a hunting lodge.
Generally No, Your homeowners insurance does not provide coverage for the quality of workmanship you hire from a contractor or builder. Your contractor or your contractors General Liability Insurance Policy would offer coverage for your loss. This is why it's always best to check out a contractors credentials. You should always verify they are properly licensed and carrying the appropriate insurance before any work starts.
Most of the time it is 25% or more then you become a general contractor.
Usually yes, but it depends on that states laws, and how the contractor feels. It could be pricey depending on the local contractor you go to. Compare prices before deciding.
If is is a fiberglass or steel/cast unit, they install while doing the plumbing rough, before insulation and drywall. The cultured marble/garden master tub installs after trim, before flooring.
In the manufacturing process a tyre is constructed out of raw uncured rubber. After the tyre has been constructed, but before the tyre goes into the mould for the curing process, we call that a green tyre.
If the contractor has already finished the work you can not legally hold back his money. What on earth would you be holding it for anyway? Most states in the U.S do not require a contractor to be insured so you would have no legal grounds and are subject to suit by the contractor. If your upset that he didn't have insurance, You were supposed to check that before you hired the contractor in the first place. Holding the contractors money after the job is completed just looks like your trying to cheat the contractor out of his pay. If the contractor wants to, he can sue you and or place a lien on your house if you fail to pay.
It is known that primitive organs were being constructed before 300 BCE.