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#69853 - 09/20/06 10:56 AM Residential Checklist  
wadega  Offline
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Kennesaw, GA USA
does anyone have a rough in and trim out checklist they use to walk thier jobs? If so can i have a copy of them


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#69854 - 09/20/06 06:55 PM Re: Residential Checklist  
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I'm sorry I don't, but if you check off items while looking at a blueprint, you'll have your checklist. It shouldn't take very long.

Dave


#69855 - 09/20/06 08:20 PM Re: Residential Checklist  
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Wade
I have both at my old place and will send you same in a few days. I'm going out there tomorrow and will add that to the list.


#69856 - 09/21/06 10:03 AM Re: Residential Checklist  
wadega  Offline
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Thanks Almost Fried i would really appreciate those.


#69857 - 09/21/06 06:29 PM Re: Residential Checklist  
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As for new and old work (residential), I make a list like this. I go through each room and list everything I have done. Like this:


Master Bedroom:
7 - duplex receptacles
2 - single pole switches
2 - 3-way switches
1 - Cable TV/ tele combo plate
1 - 3g toggle plate
1 - 1g toggle plate
1 - Ceiling fan
1 - BRK smoke detector

Bedroom #1:
6 duplex receptacles
1 single pole switch (or S1 for short)
1 - ceiling fan
1 - 1g toggle plate

And so on and so forth. This system works well for me and can be written up while the helper cleans up and wraps up the cords. Nothing worse than getting to a job you're expected to finish in one day and have to make an additional trip for one or two lousy plates you forgot to write down on the rough.


#69858 - 09/22/06 12:14 PM Re: Residential Checklist  
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i am looking for more of a job completion checklist for my supervisors and subcontractors. if anyone can help thank you



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