Productivity or Order of Operations


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Hi guys,


       A few months back I watched a video that gave a specific step-by-step "order of operations"  to eliminate having to go back and rework roofs or molding, etc.  I've been trying to find it ever since.  Has anyone else seen this or have a specific order that helps them save a lot of time?  I really want to increase my productivity and this would help a lot.  Thank you!

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