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Home Episode 10: Sidewall Cedar Shingles & the Island Power Grid
In this episode of Building on an Island, Wade dives into the shingling process and how manufacturer delays can make the project get more expensive. Next Wade walks through how they get water off the roof and deck and pitched down and out. With electrical coming up on the job site, you might be wondering how an island even gets power. Dan, WKP Construction Project Manager, gives a history lesson on how Block Island stays powered.

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