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re: Can Someone Explain the David Johnson Hype? - TigeRoots
Took him at 4 last night after the top 3 WRs. It was between he and Gurley for me and Johnson plays on a much better team and catches more passes than Gurley. Like someone else mentioned, Gurley will have plenty of down weeks as he will get shut down because defenses will key on him or LA will fall ...
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re: Flooded Wood Floors Help - TigeRoots
[quote]my couple of friends who need to replace floors is all looking at ceramic that looks like wood. one friend is looking at pvc type material that looks like wood.[/quote] That's what we did, so now we are all stained concrete and ceramic tile. Flood proof as far as floors go....
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]I just was told that there was a FEMA meeting in which they discussed requiring anyone who rebuilds to raise their house 1 foot above the 100 year flood elevation.[/quote] I am 1' above the 100 yr plain and flooded....
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re: Price gouging in the flood zone - TigeRoots
I'm trying to get started early, tile being laid today for normal rates. Having trouble finding sheetrock guys now that don't want 3x normal rates. Getting a little worried. ...
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re: Is a "mold free" certification needed post flood? - TigeRoots
[quote]I may be in the minority here, but I can see people asking for proof of drying and mold remediation when buying a home that flooded in 2016. Not a mold free certificate, but proof people in flood zone X properly dried and treated the home. There may be many doing it as cheap as possible. Now,...
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re: Is a "mold free" certification needed post flood? - TigeRoots
So you are saying don't sweat it?...
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Is a "mold free" certification needed post flood? - TigeRoots
I'm hearing rumors that some type of "mold free" certification will be needed for houses that were impacted by flooding. Does anyone know this to be true? Basically if someone goes to re sell their home it's part of the disclosures to check if the home has ever been flooded. If yes, you are requi...
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re: Tips and best practices for removing drywall, mold remediation - TigeRoots
So what about behind cabinets, tub, shower, etc.?? Assuming all that shite must come out? May be a dumb question but clueless and tired...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
Just evacuated Twelve Oaks off of 42. Water began quickly rising around 5:00 this am. According to some deputies at our neighborhood entrance, pumps were shite off to spare Livingston more devastation at our expense (understandable). Just wish they would have warned us, barely made it out....
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]Jones Creek at Old Hammond has not moved in two hours, is this leaning towards the crest?[/quote] It does seem that way looking at the recent values and the graph looks like it's beginning to peak. I'll defer to someone with more knowledge than me....
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]I hope you guys find me useful.[/quote] Very much so!...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]I turned off WAFB streaming a while ago. Has there been any official word from authorities warning people about this backwater situation? I fear thousands of people are going to bed tonight thinking they're fine, only to step out of bed into a foot of water in the morning.[/quote] I agree....
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]Bayou Manchac and Ward's Creek will likely rise to the 21.5 elevation that's forecasted in the Amite crest.[/quote] Does that mean that the level in the Amite crest would be lower than the 21.5 projected because the water would be dispersed upstream in a backwater situation? Or am I off ba...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]watch the proper gauges.[/quote] Are they updated throughout the night? I've noticed that the Manchac/Amite hasn't been updated since 08:30 and the Manchac/Little Prairie since 9:15. ...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]Probably not the answer you wanted, but my guess would the closer you are to that gauge (Amite at Manchac Point), the closer your peak will be to 21.5 (unless of course the crest forecast changes). [/quote] Honestly I think I will be close at 21.5. According to my projections and what I am...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
[quote]supernovasky[/quote] Much kudos! Do you think the Manchac/Amite projection will hold at 21.5 crest when the new value is released in the am? Or will it be above that? I live near the area and curious if backflow occurs in this area if it would be better or worse for the immediate a...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
Was backflow taken into account as far as the original projections? Anybody know?...
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re: The Great Flood of 2016: Fill Out Disaster Forms NOW. Link Inside! - TigeRoots
That last 15.5 reading of Amite/Manchac was at 4:30. Does anybody know what the current reading is? ...
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