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Fluorescent bulb disposal
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Hi all,

Does anyone know how I can go about disposing of old fluorescent tubes (I have about a dozen of them).

Will normal trash pick them up?

Thanks in advance!

best

Jim

Posted on: 2019/11/17 19:02
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LOST: Kid's Razor scooter and R2D2 helmet
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Hello,

Our 7 year old son left his razor scooter and R2D2 helmet outside Word bookstore on Newark Ave (near Grove Street) last Tuesday 8/20. Of course, we only realized today when he didn't have it.

My guess is it's long gone but in case anyone found it, it would mean a lot to him to get it back.

Thanks in advance,

Jim & Celia

Posted on: 2019/8/26 0:47
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House painting estimate
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Hi all,

I own one of the standard 3 story brick row house in downtown JC (attached on both sides). The facade really needs a paint job and I am wondering if anyone can tell me what the going rate of this kind of thing is. I know there can be some variation here (brick and cornice repair, etc,) But all I really need is a paint job.

Any ideas what sort of range people pay for this?

Thanks very much; any help would be most appreciated.

Jim

Posted on: 2015/3/7 13:46
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Re: Concrete slab for shed
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Thanks for the reference. Can u tell me what he did for you? I did meet with him (seemed nice) and he was also curious about what the referral was based on.

Thanks and feel free to email me off the board if u prefer.

JR

Posted on: 2014/9/3 12:52
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Re: Concrete slab for shed
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Just thought I would try again. Has anyone ever used a concrete mason to pour a sidewalk or basement floor? That's what I'm looking for.

Thanks in advance

JR

Posted on: 2014/9/1 17:01
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Re: Experience with these AC contractors?
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I second Royal. They did the central air in my house and they seem like real straight shooters. After sandy I had to replace my almost new AC condenser in my yard and they were very fair in the replacement cost.

(not a shill here either)

Posted on: 2014/8/25 16:16
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Re: Epoxy Floor Coating for Garage
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I did this myself a few years ago on my basement. I used a product called EpoxyCoat and am very happy with the result. It's pretty indestructible (it's the only thing that survived sandy in my basement!).

It was a bit more of a project than just painting but they give clear instructions. If you are handy at all, it should not be a problem.

(and no, I am not associated with them).

Good luck!

JR

Posted on: 2014/8/25 16:14
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Concrete slab for shed
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Hello,

I am looking to lay a concrete slab (about 6' x 5') for a small shed in back yard. Can anyone recommend someone who can do that? It would be the same type of concrete masonry one would do to lay new sidewalk.

I don't just want to call a handyman because it's one of those things that once it's done, it's done so I want to trust that whoever I get knows what they are doing.

Thanks for any tips.

JR

Posted on: 2014/8/25 16:11
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Re: Wood deck cleaning & staining?
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I did this once and it took way longer than I wanted. I'd be happy to get a pro to do it for me and consider it the cost of buying a weekend back. Weekends are pretty precious these days.

Thanks for the Spar Varnish tip though; I'll look into that as an option.

J

Posted on: 2013/3/25 22:53
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Wood deck cleaning & staining?
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Has anyone had experience with a local service provider that can clean a pressure treated wood deck and then apply a stain to protect it? I live in downtown JC.

Thank in advance,

Jim

Posted on: 2013/3/24 15:00
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Re: Snor'Eastercane & electrical meters
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Does anyone know the orocedure for dealing with flooded electrical panels & meters? I mean, the power is still out but will PSE&G even turn it back on when so many people had their meters underwater? And if they do turn it back on, is it safe (sounds iffy to me unless enough time goes by for things to dry out).

And who's responsibility are the meters, them or me?

I'm sure downtown folks are in the same boat as me. What are people thinking about this? (First time posting, should this be a new topic?)

Thanks

Jim

Posted on: 2012/10/31 13:12
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