February 9, 2020 AsktheBuilder Newsletter
Is this your first real newsletter issue? I'm so glad you're here. I've got quite a few prizes in store for you. If you'd like a chance at winning a $50 Amazon Gift Card, be sure to play my annual Treasure Hunt game below. The game ends in just three weeks. Play now or I'll have you walking the plank, matey!
You might have done one or more rodeos with me here. This issue looks to be like that broncing Brahman bull we rode about two months ago. Remember that rocking newsletter?
Joe's Patio Door Woes
Please peer at this photo:
That's a hinge, right? What do you think's going on?
Can you surmise Joe's plight?
CLICK or TAP HERE to see if you were close. I'm very curious as to what you'd do if you were in Joe's shoes. Believe me, Joe always wears clean socks, so there's nothing to worry about.
This is not an easy thing to figure out, you know!
Here's a clue: What goes up into the air when you boil water? Take that image one step further. Is there water in certain things you cook or fry?
CLICK or TAP HERE and tell me if you guessed wisely. You're NOT going to believe the before/after photos.
There's a prize waiting for you once you land on that page. The prize will DISAPPEAR from the page in just a few days!!!!!
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Apron and Farmer's Sink Photos/Videos
I'd like you to look at this photo for a second and try to conjure up WHAT I was up to a week ago:
Do you like opening prizes on Christmas morning, on your birthday, or on special-occasion days? Beneath the wrapping paper is something, but you don't yet know what it is.
It could be a kit to build something or it might be some stunning jewelry in your favorite color. What? ... I have to PUT TOGETHER my own present?
When I was still building and remodeling each day, I was blessed to discover prizes wrapped up and hidden inside walls and other mysterious void spaces in homes.
A carpenter might have signed his work. A builder, remodeler, or other subcontractor might have left a beer, soda, or medicine bottle in a wall. Old newspapers were sometimes stuffed into cracks or voids.
It was a delight to discover these things in houses. Looking at the advertisements in a newspaper or magazine that's 50 or 75-years old is eye-opening. Yes, you could buy a gallon of milk for ten cents. New houses sold for, are you sitting down, $7,000 - what you might now pay for a deluxe appliance.
I strive to create wonderful time capsules in all my jobs to pay forward the joy I had peeking into the past. CLICK or TAP HERE to watch a short video of some things I've discovered in walls and what I include in my time capsules.
Never forget that future remodelers LOVE knowing when something was installed. That's why I sign and date my work.
CLICK or TAP HERE to see what I signed last weekend. There are STUNNING PHOTOS there as well as two videos.
Dig for Treasure, Matey!
My LE Johnson Hardware Annual Treasure Hunt started last Sunday!
Five players who answer the silly questions in Step Three of the game are going to each win a $50 Amazon Gift Card.
That could be YOU!!! What can you do with $50 of FREE sweet moola?
CLICK or TAP HERE NOW and spend five or ten minutes looking at STUNNING PHOTOS of how LE Johnson hardware can transform your home into the next cover shot on a Better Homes and Gardens magazine cover.
BE SURE to WATCH me in the VIDEO on the Treasure Hunt page!
I'd say that's enough for a Sunday, what say you?
Do It Right, Not Over!
P.S. Do you know what the MINIMUM size is for a deck or patio if you plan to have a table on it for four people? Come on, tell the truth for goodness sake. What size do you think I'd make it? CLICK or TAP HERE to see if you were right!
P.P.S. Did you see the recent news? That silly 'i before e' grammar rule was recently disproved by science!