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Rules of posting a question

Karen Judd | Posted in General Questions on

Hey folks,

I’ve only posted 1 brief question before but I have a project going thats kind of involved and I want to post some questions about it but its kind of a lengthy introduction and I wasn’t sure what the rules were regarding length of posts. Sooo.. before I embarrass myself maybe someone will set me straight on how many words are too many?  I promise I will be nice and I will be polite but brief,  I’m not sure I’ll be able to accomplish that.  It involves stone veneer on a framed chimney chase.

Many Thanks!
KJ

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  1. Mike Kolder | | #1

    Just be respectful and ask away.. Ive asked some doozies, and no ones complained..

  2. Expert Member
    Akos | | #2

    Generally try to keep the questions simple, short and to the point. Too much description doesn't help. Pictures and drawings are always better.

  3. Karen Judd | | #3

    Got it,
    Thank you!

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