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based contact cement as recommended by the mfg. low VOC. Cut the kitchen sink opening from a template obtained from the plumbing contractor. Color and pattern to be selected by the owner. Quality and price to be mid-range.

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PRE-FORMED COUNTER-TOP

Install a pre-formed counter top. Top will have standard 25" depth, 1½" rolled front with drip edge, 3½" rolled backsplash. Miter corners will be sealed with silicone caulk and bolted securely. Top material

shall be thermosetting plastic laminate securely bonded to ¾” particleboard.

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MEDICINE CABINET

Install a surface mounted medicine cabinet, which includes a diffused light panel at the top. Cabinet will have a baked enamel finish, two select glass sliding mirrors, and three shelf spaces. Unit size to be

approximately 24" wide and 27-30" high. A wall switch will control the unit‟s light.

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PLUMBING ACCESS PANEL

Cut in and install hinged and securable access panel where needed for possible plumbing repairs or

maintenance.

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FLUE LINER CHASE

Box around metal flue pipe using 2" x 4" studs 16" on center maximum; allow min. 1" air space clearance area around pipe for anything combustible to meet code requirements. Cover with ½" drywall,

taped, filled, sanded and finished ready to accept paint or other finishing materials.

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DRYWALL

Drywall when applied to wall, wood framing or furring, to plaster as overlay, shall be ½” thick, High- Strength ½" or ⅝" for framed ceiling. Moisture resistant drywall shall be installed in bathrooms, in kitchens near the sink, and in other high moisture areas. Nails or drywall screws shall be driven with shank perpendicular to the face of the board and countersunk. Outside corners should have metal or vinyl corner beads, all other joints should be taped. Nail heads will be covered with two coats of drywall compound, tape covered with three coats, and corners with three coats. All surfaces will be sanded

smooth in preparation for painting.

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PLASTER REPAIR

Remove all deteriorated, loose, blistered, cracked, etc. plaster; all cracks that are lipped shall be cut back to solid plaster removing all loose material. Hairline cracks shall be spackled flush, provided that plaster

at both sides of cracks is sound, firm, true and level.

Plastering should be applied only to properly

prepared surfaces and workmanship following the best practices of the trade.

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