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Old 06-23-2015, 10:59 AM   #2591
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Frank, Ron brought a topic that I have just gave passing thought of but now that its nearing completion I guess I need to get off my duff and look into it, I think, (I don't really know) that I may have some push back from the insurance co. because its so "old" registration wise. That's why I think I may have to get an appraisal of sorts, from who I would need to find out. Interesting.
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I would assume that they'd insure it for replacement value. You pay more premium, your loss payout would increase as well.

Looking for a low premium, they'd pay out a correspondingly low value.

Definitely worth an appraisal.
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Got a box full of receipts?

Good place to start , then add a million hours of labor !!!
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To establish value, just give them the link to this thread.

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Good Evening, MT, yup gotta get an appraisal. Popeye, I have a pile of receipts, no idea on how many hours. Ron, that's for sure they could get an idea. In between rain showers we got a upper cabinet started. Frank, yup pictures worth a thousand words. that's what we thought, always need places for light large items.
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Terry,
I understand what you are saying, I would talk to my agent and show him/her some of the pictures and see what he/she says, before dismissing it.
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Idea place to store paper products with cargo net, easily accessed (with step stool), yet out of the way.
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Terry,
What are you using for the cabinet sides?
It matches the existing cabinets really well.

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Hi Ed, When I tore apart the one FW I saved any large piece of paneling that matched the cabinets thinking I might use them for this, or to patch or replace damaged pieces.
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Aha! A CLACer AND a hoarder!
That was a good idea it now seems !
Great job.

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Good Morning, Ed, yup, the paneling is really not available to find so I just figured to save some, guess it worked. The reefer should be here today so hopefully I'll be able to check that off my list. Supposed to be sunny today so I should be able to get some things done, (haven't seen any yet). Have a great day all.
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Things coming together rapidly now, and looking great to boot.
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Got a box full of receipts?

Good place to start , then add a million hours of labor !!!
Terry - I am with Popeye on the receipts and labor. Estimate the number of hours of work divided into metal and carpentry. We just paid 119 an hour for some work. I suggest you use 50 per hour for your rate and see what the number comes out at.

The total of the two could be a good place to start for valuation.

Can you give us a ball park estimate of your and Eleanor's hours?

The cabinet looks great. Perhaps sliding doors if you do not have enough material to build doors. I prefer to close as much of the cupboards as possible. A great place for stuff like baggies, breakfast cereal, pasta, etc. If you have the space something will find it's way to sit there.
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Hi Frank, Gordon, Frank, thanks the "list" keeps getting shorter . Gordon, glad the trip home was uneventful. I checked on how many hrs. from when I started dropped a couple of months for surgery and cold weather, figured a 40 hr. work week, I worked probley more hrs. then that a week because its here at home and I would work anytime (most?) I dropped a bunch of hrs. just to be fair and came up with approx. 700 hours, Gordon if I use your figure of $50.00 per hr. it comes to 35,000.00 then add in the cost of materials say 25,000.00 total comes to $60,000.00, just about what one this size would cost. We lost power for awhile just came back on.
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