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    05-21-2016 01:29 AM - permalink
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  2. Justin Huisenga
    01-17-2015 10:16 PM - permalink
    Justin Huisenga
    I have been slammed busy since Jan 2013 when I stepped out on my own. It's been a strange mix of work. More weird millwork projects than straight trim. Spent most of 2013 trimming one house for a retiring football player and have been spread pretty thin bouncing from project to project since then. It's not a complaint:). Added a bit of remodeling work to the mix to keep busy in the short term.

    Question for you. Is this more of a weekend warrior or professional site? I've been a longtime member of CT and JLC and happened on this place yesterday. I haven't had time to read through old posts.
  3. Rebelwork
    01-17-2015 07:40 PM - permalink
    Rebelwork
    Work been better in Chicago. Born there and have many relatives there. Miss Jimmy's Redhots...

  About Me

  • About Justin Huisenga
    Location
    Chicago
    Occupation
    Finish Carpenter

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  • Last Activity: 05-19-2018 09:09 PM
  • Join Date: 01-16-2015

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04-04-2018
11:26 PM - Jay C. White Cloud quoted Justin Huisenga in post Attaching trim to Bricks
...Historically accurate? Not even a...
04-03-2018
02:53 AM - woodnthings quoted Justin Huisenga in post We have our experts here ...
Reversible or not I'd glue it. In t...
05-20-2017
05:48 AM - Belg quoted Justin Huisenga in post Post your favorite shop built tool jig or fixture.
I've considered getting a RAS. The ...
04-26-2016
09:01 AM - mcampbell14 quoted Justin Huisenga in post Walnut Countertops
I glue them. West Systems epoxy, ho...
04-03-2016
09:09 PM - Chamfer quoted Justin Huisenga in post Tool Question
Look at the second picture in post 2...
08:16 PM - Chamfer quoted Justin Huisenga in post Tool Question
It's not a step that is usually nece...
07:26 PM - cps quoted Justin Huisenga in post Tool Question
Full scale assembly of large complic...
02-19-2016
07:15 AM - GeorgeC quoted Justin Huisenga in post 7 1/4 SCMS or 10 non-slider
There will always be some amount of ...
02-12-2016
06:04 AM - Danny870 quoted Justin Huisenga in post Adding bolection molding to wainscoting
The attached link is for a moulding ...
02-09-2016
09:16 PM - Steve Neul quoted Justin Huisenga in post Re-bedding mortise lock
Good advice. For stripped hardware s...
10-16-2015
06:34 AM - notskot quoted Justin Huisenga in post table saw blades??
If you look at the specs for that bl...
08-30-2015
01:28 PM - Toolman50 quoted Justin Huisenga in post Post your favorite shop built tool jig or fixture.
A quick and dirty dovetail jig for l...
12:12 PM - Rebelwork quoted Justin Huisenga in post Post your favorite shop built tool jig or fixture.
A quick and dirty dovetail jig for l...
07-01-2015
12:31 PM - RipD quoted Justin Huisenga in post Help with Dewalt sliding miter saw...
A square will only get you close. T...
 
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