I'm with you it is a shame the amount of waste although it cost more to return.Welcome . I went out at 57 , and looking back I wonder how I made it that long .
Those jobs always came out of the ground in January , and finished up in July or August . From frost bite to heat stroke . Year after year .
I love being retired . It's funny , because I've slowed way down . Makes you see how fast this world moves , really for no reason .
Anyway . Nice walk in . In St. Louis Carpenters assemble the walk ins for restaurants . So I've worked on a few . Nice thing was a remodel . Got to keep the one we tore out . Couple of the guys set them up in their barns .
Waste on a construction site ? It's all been paid for . Problem is it cost more to restock and have someone move it than what you have left over .
Enjoy . Post up a cook or 10 .
Not a waste if it gets used by someone . My basement looks like a hardware store . I hope to fade away about the same time I run out of screws , glue and nails so I don't have to buy any .I'm with you it is a shame the amount of waste although it cost more to return.
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