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Hawaii repair
Last Post 02 Jun 2009 04:54 AM by Darren DeSilva. 7 Replies.
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29 May 2009 03:08 PM
    I remember a few posts from someone in Hawaii.  Still out there?  Got a lady in Maui looking for someone to do some repair work.  It's not a warranty issue, she's just looking for someone.  Can anybody help?  Thanks

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    29 May 2009 10:09 PM
    Posted By Brad on 29 May 2009 10:08 AM
    I remember a few posts from someone in Hawaii.  Still out there?  Got a lady in Maui looking for someone to do some repair work.  It's not a warranty issue, she's just looking for someone.  Can anybody help?  Thanks

    Brent

    Brent:

    Call former ISFA President, Michael Wilson-South, owner:

    Solid Surface Technologies
    1917 Kalani
    Honolulu, HI 96819

    808-845-8677 Ext. 200

    If that doesn't work, PM me and I'll give you his cell phone number.

    I'm assuming this is solid surface work. It it's stone, I got some leads for you too.

    Joe

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    I'll do the job myself, but I've got a $4,000.00 minimum charge for Hawaiian jobs.
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    29 May 2009 10:40 PM
    Darren is the guy in Hawaii that posts on here. Do a search for his name and you should be able to PM him.
    www.normwaltersconstruction.com
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    30 May 2009 12:57 AM
    Posted By Norm Walters on 29 May 2009 05:40 PM
    Darren is the guy in Hawaii that posts on here. Do a search for his name and you should be able to PM him.


    Thanks Norm,
    I PM Brad with my number so i'll wait for his call.




    Thanks again
    Darrren
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    30 May 2009 03:26 AM
    Darren,  I want first dibbs on being your helper,  bradda I'll bring da Poke salmon?
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    01 Jun 2009 09:17 PM
    Thanks guys, the lady said Oahu is too far and looking for someone in Maui. Darren, never got your PM.
    Cowboy, I'd take you up on your offer, but if you charged a dollar per mile, $4000.00 would only get you over there and I'd hate to be responsible for having you marooned in Hawaii. Dave, you working for fish these days?

    Brent
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    02 Jun 2009 01:34 AM
    Brent,   depends on the fish

    By the time I pay for all the stuff involved to catch a fish it would probably be more cost affective to just work for the fish,   hmmmm,   but then I wouldn't get out of domestic chores.
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    02 Jun 2009 04:54 AM
    Posted By Brad on 01 Jun 2009 04:17 PM
    Thanks guys, the lady said Oahu is too far and looking for someone in Maui. Darren, never got your PM.
    Cowboy, I'd take you up on your offer, but if you charged a dollar per mile, $4000.00 would only get you over there and I'd hate to be responsible for having you marooned in Hawaii. Dave, you working for fish these days?

    Brent


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