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Even DIYers know that it's always a good idea to check for water mains....
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An excavator that wants to make a big splash, a demolition pro with a can and unarmed, and two contractors get drill. We Do it yourself for screw things up sometimes, but check it out. We got experts who did it all wrong coming up right now.
Experts are always telling people stand back and let us handle it. Leave it to the professionals or you have no idea what you’re doing. But even DIYs know that when you’re digging a foundation on putting the pool on the backyard, it’s always a good idea to check for waterman, but you guys are the pros so let’s take care.
See when fixing a break and a waterman what you really want to do is stop the water from shooting out. Those guys clearly knew what they were doing and definitely didn’t need anybody’s help at all and I’m guessing that these guys don’t need any amateurs help either. I mean, they’re getting paid to this right, so they must have it under control, right. Step right up, grab a sledge hammer and test your strength, take down the house and take home a price.
Not strong enough for the hammer, how about a brick. Do you know why some contractors stand around to watch and one person to all the work, because when more than one person gets involved, they could be in trouble. Nobody butt cracks were harmed in the filming of this video.
What have we learned today, but I’ll tell you maybe sometimes a so called “experts” should leave it up to the amateurs so often. Well that’s it for now and just remember, there are those who do projects the right way and those end up on our show. The choice is yours.
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