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    Default climate and cracking in the sheets

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    Had a request from a client to tape 2 garage ceilings with no doors fitted yet. They are open to the elements in the middle of December. Temperatures in the last week have been between -5C to 10C and we've had wind, rain, sleet and snow.

    My dilemma is, he wants it taped, and I've warned what may happen so who looks like a prick when the tapes crack?
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    Let me Google "prick" for you. I see theres a magazine about it


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    This job cracks me up! Nice smilies BTW.
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    Customer is always right. You did your job telling him your concerns, do the work and if it get damaged, bill him for repair work. Dont let job satisfaction come into it, did the guys who hung the drywall give a damn? I dont think so.
    Jesus loves you........ everyone else thinks you're an arsehole.

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    I like your style and I wish it was that easy but I do give a sh!t and thats how I get most of my work.
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    Default Centreline ceiling cracking and crowning

    I found this article on another site, it seemed relevant and I hope it helps.
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