I have a leak in a piece of copper tubing in a wall that I don't want to tear open.I have heard of some vinyl tubing that can be snaked through th...
I am currently remodeling my attic and I have come across a product used for insulation called REFLECTIX. What it looks to be is packing bubbles co...
My carrier 48GS Gas Heating / Electric Cooling unit has an error code flashing "Limit Switch Fault" and states that the Indoor Fan Motor is not run...
Hi folks,Thanks to all who replied to my questions. I am hoping for a mid-June closing and an August 1 move in date. I wrote down all of your rep...
I have a 3 zone forced HW heating system. I want to change a register location in one of the zones. How do I re-pressurize the system? Do I do t...
Hello all,After opening the hot water faucet in our stand up shower a couple of ants started crawling out from the top of the shower(acrylic corner...
We have just purcchased property in Florida, I need advice on const. techniques for that area. I apprenticed and worked in MD and I am quite sure a...
My casement window handle just spins but window doesn't open. I removed handle and turned with a wrench but the crank mechanisism spins in place. C...
I have a hardwood floor that has been finished with a water based finish. How can I remove marks caused bythe black rubber feet of a floor mounted ...
I am fixing up a 5 bedroom house in Philly that was built around 1920. Where can I find out what style furniture, color schemes, window treatments,...
I am a fairly new homeowner, and I don't know where to begin with this problem: one of the slabs of concrete that make up the front sidewalk to my...
is there a way to keep concrete floor warm (with carpet) in a bedroom that we are adding on to back of house?
Is there any way to increase the water pressure at the valve connection for a toilet? I have installed a pressure-assisted flush toilet and the wat...
(the following is a copy of my question from the "old" bulletin board.) Here's a perpelxing situation: My parents' home, built in 1908, was wallpap...
Any experience or opinions on Armstrong residential gas furnaces and air conditioners would be appreciated. Thanks.
I am looking for a lock actuator for my bathroom door. It's the old fashioned kind from the 40-50's I guess. A half moon shaped piece that slides i...
we have old cast iron pipes, and one of them has a hole in it. it happens to be the one that the bathroom, and kitchen drain through. how do i repl...
I installed a new toilet. Every time I flush the toilet it makes a gulping sound, which you feel in the floor under your feet. The waste pipe was...
We have a home that was built in the 1950's. It is a slab home. The walls are thin made of plywood that is a max of 2 inches thick. We have to ru...