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    Sounds like the houses that were built in...

    Sounds like the houses that were built in Roosevelt. No problem using masonry units, it's done mostly in commercial construction. Insulation will be the big question. Insulated concrete forms...
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    Building up the existing deck to finished floor...

    Building up the existing deck to finished floor level is the way to go, and pretty easily done.
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    It's going to be a challenge mounting any lift on...

    It's going to be a challenge mounting any lift on the deck of a boat. Typically, they're set on concrete. Also, getting the boom high enough might also be an issue.
  4. Taking it a step further you could replace all...

    Taking it a step further you could replace all the bearings and hardware with stainless steel.
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    "If the grout is not intended to hold the water...

    "If the grout is not intended to hold the water back, where is it expected to go?"

    The shower drain has "weep" holes where the water that permeates the tile/grout drains. Obviously the drain...
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    I would definitely get it checked out. ...

    I would definitely get it checked out. Cellulitis is not to be taken lightly, if it is.
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    If you have the space available on the property...

    If you have the space available on the property it can certainly be done with a ramp system. Just going to be a lot of switchbacks and landings. Install a bunch of piles and build off them. You'd...
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    Typical floor elevations are 8'. Typical ramp...

    Typical floor elevations are 8'. Typical ramp rise/run is 1' of run per inch of elevation. So you'd need approximately 96' of ramp to go up one floor. If you use a powerchair you could lessen the...
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    When I shop for batteries I just websearch the...

    When I shop for batteries I just websearch the group number of the battery and go from there. I only use MK gel. Some company's will price match so you might be able to work a deal buying all of...
  10. Don't know if they're still using the same...

    Don't know if they're still using the same formula, but I've used them that were more than 5 years old and they worked. And that was a half of one.
  11. I think you'll have a problem getting a Bounder...

    I think you'll have a problem getting a Bounder through insurance. And forget getting the lithium. Neither will be deemed "medically necessary."
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    A friend of mine has a Honda Oddesy Braun with a...

    A friend of mine has a Honda Oddesy Braun with a B&D seat. She has the same issue. I have the Ricon seat bases in my vans and it will collapse very low.
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    I remember Him, and sorry to read this. My...

    I remember Him, and sorry to read this. My condolences to His family.
  14. I personally have no experience with the Bounder...

    I personally have no experience with the Bounder chair. I know they've been around for awhile and are pretty beefy.
  15. I think Bounder might offer a lithium as an...

    I think Bounder might offer a lithium as an upgrade.
  16. Not sure what's available with the current...

    Not sure what's available with the current powerchairs, but torque is more important than speed in the powerchair world, and unfortunately I don't think both will be available with an off the shelf...
  17. Polyurethane adhesives are pretty tenacious. PL...

    Polyurethane adhesives are pretty tenacious. PL Premium is as well. All can be bought at the big box stores and are inexpensive. Be warned that they can be messy to work with.
  18. Welcome, Kevin I'm not sure if 8mph motors are...

    Welcome, Kevin

    I'm not sure if 8mph motors are going to be available in that weight class. The main thing you want to make sure of is that you get high quality, group 24 batteries. More...
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    Long periods of idling is hard on the vehicle...

    Long periods of idling is hard on the vehicle catalytic converter, and generally not a good practice. Easy way to get your vehicle stolen, and might even be against the law.
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    Did you try the remote starts next to the vans,...

    Did you try the remote starts next to the vans, or just from a distance?
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    I can tell you that you need full hand function...

    I can tell you that you need full hand function to operate independently. It also relies on a battery to operate.
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    Comes with the territory. True meaning of the...

    Comes with the territory. True meaning of the word patient.
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    For some people 1/2" can be a big deal. ...

    For some people 1/2" can be a big deal. Transfers and getting under tables come to mind.
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    Grout was never intended to seal out water on any...

    Grout was never intended to seal out water on any tile job. You might get lucky using epoxy grout, but good luck finding a tile installer to want to use it. For everything you'll ever want to know...
  25. "She'd like to get a big dog down the line which...

    "She'd like to get a big dog down the line which is going to scratch up the floor. The guy in the flooring stores said a light natural oak hides that really well and can be touched up really well"
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