Temporary Wedges

Posted By on February 20, 2012


We drive oak wedges on top of the posts as we raise the building.  We are going about 1/2 in. per month.  There are 6 posts we are working on.

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83 Responses to “Temporary Wedges”

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    Now this is some called the craftman’s journey, pretty long work patience is required.

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    Oak wood are such rigid and solid material for wedges, they’ll last for ages.

  10. Pete Saffra says:

    A temporay can be permanent, better settle with tough and last-to-ages wood like oak.

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    A craftsman never gets old, just like that piece of wood.

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