Roofers are back for Day #2

As I write, it is 7:31 AM EDT on Friday and the Roofers are back for day #2; this __should__ be the final day. 

They arrived a little before 7:00 AM and were up on the roof pulling off the old shingles on the southeast side of the house by 7:15.  The northwest side of the house was completed yesterday.

The two satellite uplinks which are a fail-over for my radio show, were re-mounted (by Roofers) but the satellite dishes are __not__ aimed correctly.  Very spotty service.  Unreliable at best. The satellite company will be here over the weekend to re-aim them.

The TV satellite dish also needs to be re-mounted and re-aimed.  I expect them here today as well.

PELLA WINDOWS is also scheduled to arrive back here today to finish putting the interior molding around the big bay window in the living room that they couldn't finish at the original install two weeks ago.  In addition, they will finish the aluminum trim on the exterior, which couldn't be done at the original install because the pieces sent with the window were not the correct length.  

So it's going to be another really busy day here today, but hopefully, all the work gets finished, finally!



# Oddly comforting...Marlena 2023-05-27 09:47 hear about normal things. Honest laborers doing honest work. Hopefully everyone on the crew is treated fairly, finishes the job safely and gets back to their families with enough money to prosper over time.
# We Want Real NewsHank 2023-05-26 16:21
Hey Hal, we don't care about your personal...just kidding! I pray all goes well for you in this and all endeavors. God bless.
+1 # Good work!MGCOOK 2023-05-26 14:16
Way to go, Hal. Getting your place all re-conditioned and up to date! Keep up the good work and thank you so much for the intel that you keep putting out. We couldn't do without you. God bless, Take care.
+1 # RE: Roofers are back for Day #2RAFO 2023-05-26 10:11
When I lived on Eglin AFB, Fl. Back in the 80’s they had the fastest and best crew I’ve ever saw reroofing base housing units… they were five or six KOREAN women who were wives of some of the G.I.’s! They were short and low to the roof… not much bending over and boy were they fast! The nail gun compressor couldn’t keep up with them.
+1 # Roofers, U.S. tough 2023-05-26 09:50
Roofers are some of the toughest men. They have a balancing act, plus must use critical thinking each & every day along with multiple tools. In today's times, who uses critical thinking anymore?
+5 # Oustanding news!magoettel 2023-05-26 09:23
We will pray that it's a long time before further big jobs like this are needed at your house.
# Day 11 for me!PastorK 2023-05-26 08:45
The roofers at my house found SIX layers of roof on the flat roof of my house. Previous owner kept covering up the problem rather than fixing it. Well, it's being fixed today! I don't know how many more days it'll take to finish the entire job, but it is going well.
-1 # new building constructionfrozenorthfarm 2023-05-26 08:14
we are constructing a 16x22 ft building that will be dedicated to antique ham radio, shortwave radio and test equipment repair. it will be amish designed and built with all the materials from amish businesses except the concrete floor. i will be doing the electrical work, insulation and bench design on the inside. by the way hal when are you going to get your ham radio license since you promote it so well on your shows. the likes of barry goldwater and andy devine were hams.
-1 # Thanks for sharingSBGlett77 2023-05-26 09:04
I am an old radio aficionado in W. Central Ohio, who has been repairing radios and TVs since the '70s when in high school. I have profuse quantities of tubes, components, and tube gear, and enjoy building small shortwave sets for youth to give them the bug for electronics; showing them that electronics are not just some type of magical gadget that has no skills behind it. I like old test equipment, too - who remembers how to use a Wheatstone bridge ?

I too had the Amish build my shop spaces at home and the farm - they are fast and build well. Alas, I have never been able to dedicate anything but a small office in any building to radio purposes. Good on you.

And of course, I listen to Hal every night on SW just because it is the most reliable medium, with 3 stations, all of which I get very well. The old Hammarlunds, Zenith consoles, Hallicrafters, and Knights come in handy once in awhile, and I think their time is also yet to come. My thanks, too, to Hal for being a SW promoter.
-1 # Amishcosentyx1 2023-05-26 08:24
design love it. I contacted Barry Goldwater in 1964 when I was first licensed. Still have license I wish I had kept my old radios
-1 # GreatSBGlett77 2023-05-26 07:59
Contractors who show up to start on the day they say they will be there, PLUS who show up to finish when they say they will ( without pulling off the job prematurely ), prove themselves to be a good choice. I wish I could say that's always been my experience, so I'm very happy for you.
-1 # In the meantime...MushFace 2023-05-26 07:54
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