I tend to agree with the other poster although you can get cans rated to allow insulation to be packed around and over them. Get a lighting expert...
You already have 1 1/4" with the 1/2" plywood and 3/4" particle board. That should be plenty. Unless the particle board got wet and is damaged wh...
The good old days before a/c or maybe not so good old days. I know some places still use them. All 4 side panels lift up and pull out at the bott...
You kind of lost me on this and I can't visualize what you mean. I suggest getting a couple bids from tiling contractors and see what they say. D...
Generally 1 1/8" is generally recommended. I see new houses built with tile right on top of the 3/4" subfloor all the time. Jump and down and giv...
As long as the wood is dry. It depends upon if it is in the sun or not (north or south side of house) and the humidity. It should dry in a month ...
If you don't have gas and vent hooked up, then you need a plumber who also has some carpentry skills. An electrician can't do it. The gas company...
There is a bosch water heater after all. Try this website. www.astravan.com/bosch.html
Go to the old bbs. Then try "control F" to do a search for metal. Lots of discussion there on it over different dates.
Bosch water heaters have been made in Germany for decades. They put tires on them and shipped them to the US and called them Volkswagen Beetles he...
New lights don't have starters any more. It is most likely the ballast. The humming is coming from the ballast. They make a couple different typ...
Try this website http://www.usg.com/diydry/drywal08.htm Instead apply new screws next to the popped nails. Also use a nailset to hammer the popped...
try the wall at www.heatinghelp.com Lots of wetheads are there who deal with boilers all the time.
It could be something plugging the line somewhere. If you used the standard cheap install kit with a needle valve tying into your water line, then...
Just use drywall mud and fill in all the gouges. Use 2 coats if needed and sand final one if rough. Good luck.
Try curtains with a layer of sheer behind them. Thicker the better. Good luck.
It is not extremely high. Your pipes should hold with no problem. That said, lowering it down to 55 to 75 may save some stress on faucets and fit...
Check the wiring, its voltage, an electrician, and inspector before doing anything. Many Jacuzzi's were wired without the necessary white/neutral/...
I like to fix the water problem at its source. Easier and better to keep water out from the outside instead of the inside. Don't like idea of ins...
Try this post and hunt around to find what you want. http://www.owenscorning.com/around/insulation/project/cathedralceiling.asp Also try www.johns...