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  1. Hello folks! I know it's getting worse day by day and hope you all are safe inside your homes. I have planned a few things after the outer environments get safer. Please help me with your valuable advice here. Is there a rule of thumb for when it's best to use an aerial lift to place trusses on the wall or if it's okay not to use a crane and just lift them and place them in the hand. The exterior dimensions of the structure are 24 ft X 28 ft. The walls are about 10 feet high from the ground. The trusses are 20 feet wide and 7 inches overhang. The main trusses weigh only 90 pounds and the 2 gable trusses weigh 115 pounds. Would it be safe to rent an aerial lift to just lift them or is it safe to do without them? Thank you for your contribution and your suggestions
  2. I worked really hard all my life in order to get myself through school and save up for the future. I am now planning to buy a new house anywhere near North York. Looking at the prices and being single, I think it would be better to look at new condos for sale. A little bit about myself, I am 30 years old, currently living in a rented house. I have a very good credit score and credit history. I would ideally like to go for 2BR or 2BR+den. Not all of my down payment money is available to me at the same time, and even if it was, it would not amount to 20% down payment for most places, which will help me avoid insurance fees, etc As I am a first time home buyer, I would like to know What hidden + legal fees should I prepare for? Any other advice you can give to someone as naive as me. Thanks in advance