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HOW TO PREPARE FOR CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS DELIVERY
Dean: Hey, I'm Dean.
Derrick: I'm Derrick.
Dean: And we’re from DIY Networks Indoors out.
Derrick: And we’re going to teach you how to plan for delivered materials.
Dean; Now delivered materials can include pebbles, stone, aggregate even wood can be delivered.
Derrick: A lot of people think that they can save money by borrowing their brothers truck or somebody’s truck.
Dean; No, not a smart move.
Derrick: No, its not because by the time you out of your hours in the back breaking work, you should have pay for the delivery charge.
Dean: Have you seen the cost of fuel?
Derrick: Yes I have. It’s ridiculous.
Dean: It’s ridiculous. You have a delivery cost you about a hundred dollars. When you get your delivery make sure you check with your supplier to see that they have the right equipment like a spider or boom they actually delivered. I can tell you how many times Derrick and I had a hand load of the ply pay truck with wheel barrows within spick.
Dean: Derrick, you know he gets a little upset with the littlest things, and you know he snap and.
Derrick: I snap.
Dean: A little.
Derrick: You snap.
Derrick: But if you want a delivery by the end of Friday or an early Saturdays slot.
Derrick: Think about it a week beforehand, you’ll be guaranteed those slots.
Dean: I think it once.
Derrick: It is.
Dean: Now the other thing I want you to think about is location, location, location.
Dean: You want it delivered near the jobsite but not on the jobsite.
Dean: You want to make sure that there’s an easy access for those trucks to get in and out to deliver.
Derrick: The best thing to do is to be there for the delivery, that way it get place exactly where you want it, but if you can t be there it is state in market, so it’s clear to them because deliveries get delivered once.
Dean: Now another important thing, get the deliveries in the order you need them, for example, if you’re doing a patio or walkway you want to get the aggregate first, the pressure ran put that in, and then you have your pallets of pebbles right behind that if you did it the other way you’ll going to be walking around.
Dean: You’re going back and forth and one can say, “Hi you want a cold ice drink”, and you will going to say, “Stop talking to me”
Derrick: “Because I'm upset.”
Dean: And she’s going to leave you.
Dean: “Don’t blame me for that.”
Derrick: You don’t want to do that. We’re trying to help you here.
Derrick: How to pay wires snips maybe some glove or a couple of hammers because you need to cut the wire that surround the pallets, you may need to use the hammers to break the wood that the pallets made of.
Dean: It’s not a bad idea to have a utility knife also.
Derrick: That’s true because of the plastic.
Dean: That’s right. If you follow these simple steps.
Derrick: You too can be organized have your deliveries delivered, and work really hard this week end.
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