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  • Birthday 02/26/1955

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  1. Check the court you will be filing the claim in and see if they do teleconference or zoom meetings. Since the scamdemic, this is a new option to “going to court”
  2. And you believe foreclosing a lien on their house will be cheaper and easier???
  3. Have you looked into filing in small claims court? Would be a lot quicker and cheaper than foreclosing on mechanic’s lien, imho. Check the county where the non-payer lives for starters.
  4. Thanks Mick for the reminder. Been playing with x14 and might have missed this.
  5. I took a quick look at what you have so far and there are quite a few things that need to be cleaned up, adjusted or fixed. Most ICF's I have experience with come in 4 foot length... may I suggest that you adjust your exterior dimensions to reduce waste. And, eliminate all fractional inches for your exteriors, including opening locations. May also want to flip the layout so the garage is in the NW corner of the house to help reduce winter winds hitting the house directly. I am sorry but there is no pizzazz to your front elevation...
  6. Check your wall type and make sure you are using exterior railing, instead of interior railing.
  7. Can you draw your beams in free-hand?
  8. I started using Kofax Power PDF Advanced... so far, so good!
  9. I believe in this case, since it is a basement slab, they are using the wire mesh solely as an attachment point for the slab heating system to hold the tubing in place during the pour, hence the lack of chairs or any effort to pull the mesh up.
  10. I am curious why you don’t pour the slab first and then frame the load bearing walls?
  11. What kind of graphic card are you running with?
  12. My 3D Connexion Enterprise mouse that I use with my left hand has all the function keys, along with a lot of other buttons and they are all labeled.
  13. Curious what are you currently using, and why are you interested in Chief if you're looking for software that handles building options and multiple elevations per plan? Chief is a great 3D modeling program which I find very helpful when trying to help clients with their selections. But, it is not set up to handle a typical semi-custom or production builder's needs very efficiently.
  14. Do you have any can ceiling lights or other light fixtures in the room?