January 5, 2017 AsktheBuilder Newsletter

Happy New Year! I hope yours is off to a good start. Mine is.

Three hours ago, I was having breakfast with two friends, Jim and Janey. I worked with both on the scenic train. It was good to see their smiling faces.

We talked about lots of things, but I shared with them a story about some old books I salvaged from an old home I purchased about thirty-five years ago. The home had been owned by an architect.

The books must have been textbooks of his or books he used in his practice. They contain vast amounts of useful information and I’ve kept them all these years.

For example, the one book has a huge section in it about hydrated lime, how it’s made, how to mix it and most importantly WHY it makes such a great mortar for brick and stonework. CLICK HERE to read a column where I talk a little bit about hydrated lime.

I decided to go onto Amazon.com to see if these books had any value. GULP!

Click here to see the one book.

Click here to see the second book. This book shows as out of stock but another seller on Amazon has it for $500.00.

Do you have old textbooks like this around your home? If you don’t want them, I’ll take them! I’m serious. I’ll pay to have them shipped to my home if they’re ones I desire to add to my collection.

Survey or Polling Professional

Have you been trained as a professional, perhaps it’s in your math or marketing background, to write unbiased survey questions?

If so, I need your IMMEDIATE help. Can you reply to this email and would you let me ask you some questions over the phone?

Work and Hiking Boot Review

How many pairs of work boots do you think I’ve worn over the years?

I believe my quest to locate the best pair of work boots, and ones you can use for hiking too, has ended.

CLICK HERE to read the my review.

Are You a Flight Attendant or Airline Pilot?

Are you a working flight attendant or pilot / first officer for a domestic US airline? Or currently retired?

My youngest daughter Kelly is thinking about becoming a flight attendant, and I’m wondering if you’d be willing to offer some guidance to her with respect to this career choice.

Simply reply to this email if you’re not opposed to answering some of her questions. Thanks in advance.

Cold Air in Bathrooms

David emailed me wondering how in the world to stop the cold air from seeping into his bathroom via his exhaust fan.

I think you’ll be interested in my answer.

What’s more, you may not be aware of a product I discovered that will absolutely stop cold air from entering your home via a bath fan.

CLICK HERE to stay warm!

Judy’s Peeling Tub Drain

Judy has a problem with her old cast-iron tub. She did her best to repair it, but was probably sold down the river.

CLICK HERE so you don’t make the same mistake she did.

GET FREE BIDS for ANY JOB

Now that the New Year has blown by us, you may be thinking about doing jobs around your home.

I don’t care if it’s a new roof, new bathroom, furnace repair, concrete repair, painting, etc.

If you want FREE BIDS FAST then all you have to do is CLICK HERE. Fill out the form and magic will happen.

Built-in Bookcase Design Ideas

Harald, who lives in Norway, reached out to me about a project he was about to undertake.

I want you to CLICK HERE to see a photo that will make your eyes pop. You’ll also discover one or two tips about bookcases you might not have ever thought of.

I plan to have a BIG SURVEY I’d like you to take this Sunday. I say this hoping a survey pro steps forward to help me craft the perfect questions.

Until then, I remain in your loyal service –

Tim Carter

Founder – http://www.AsktheBuilder.com

Do It Right, Not Over!

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