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Midwest Storm Shelters posted:

Never like seeing this on the job. It’s expensive to remove. Most of the time we won’t charge for extra time on out part, unless we are doing the chipping. This instance we had a rock hammer contractor available to get us to depth. This was a $500 additional expense. All to the hammer. Levi and Brandon did a great job. Thx men.

April 22, 2014   |   Comments: 0   |   Likes: 0

Midwest Storm Shelters posted:

Never like seeing this on the job. It’s expensive to remove. Most of the time we won’t charge for extra time on out part, unless we are doing the chipping. This instance we had a rock hammer contractor available to get us to depth. This was a $500 additional expense. All to the hammer. Levi and Brandon did a great job. Thx men.

April 22, 2014   |   Comments: 0   |   Likes: 0

Midwest Storm Shelters posted:

Never like seeing this on the job. It’s expensive to remove. Most of the time we won’t charge for extra time on out part, unless we are doing the chipping. This instance we had a rock hammer contractor available to get us to depth. This was a $500 additional expense. All to the hammer. Levi and Brandon did a great job. Thx men.

April 22, 2014   |   Comments: 0   |   Likes: 0

Midwest Storm Shelters posted:

Never like seeing this on the job. It’s expensive to remove. Most of the time we won’t charge for extra time on out part, unless we are doing the chipping. This instance we had a rock hammer contractor available to get us to depth. This was a $500 additional expense. All to the hammer. Levi and Brandon did a great job. Thx men.

April 22, 2014   |   Comments: 0   |   Likes: 0

Midwest Storm Shelters posted:

Never like seeing this on the job. It’s expensive to remove. Most of the time we won’t charge for extra time on out part, unless we are doing the chipping. This instance we had a rock hammer contractor available to get us to depth. This was a $500 additional expense. All to the hammer. Levi and Brandon did a great job. Thx men.

April 22, 2014   |   Comments: 0   |   Likes: 0

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