Many thanks for the posts, guys. And also to Lonnie, The Plumber for his frank assessment. Also, HKenstenholz, MANY thanks for the referral websi...
Sorry for the length of this note and the duplicate in plumbing as well as hvac category. Have a bit of overlap in the two sections, and thought s...
Sorry for the length of this note, thought some of the stuff might be helpful to know and/or for others if they are interested in a hydronic radian...
We're starting a building project and will be using Trex as the flooring for the deck and for the stair treads. Our builder made an experimental d...
Panel systems are often used in timberframe construction. It's lots more flexible than log construction. All the load is on the timbers. I'm usi...
I would suggest a small retaining wall to level it out on the back. You'd then be sure that your shed would have a secure base.
You might want to look at www.michaelholigan.com for a segment they did on stamped concrete. CONTACT INFORMATION: Kustom-Crete of Texas (8...
You could look at the following: 1) Mobile home suppliers provide different products that look like brick, stone, etc. It's called skirting -- s...
Is your window a double pane window, with three sections/lites? If so, and the moisture is in between the two pieces of the double pane window, I ...
Just an idea -- this isn't something I've done before -- but, assuming the hole on the door is on the corner of the bottom, perhaps you could cut o...
Thanks for the suggestion. We'll try it this weekend. The piping is about 1-2 years old. But we've found some goof-ups from the plumbers before ...
Our bathroom cold water faucets give off a sulpher/septic gas kind of smell until they've run for about 5 minutes or so. Seems to happen anytime i...
Since the advent of the 1.6 gravity flush systems, they've improved a great deal. Many have been redesigned to provide a larger diameter discharg...
A number of folks in our area have used them as their whole house daily use method of heating water. Some have been disappointed. They've been in...
I like using liquid gold to clean the surfaces along with Murphy's Oil Soap. I agree with rpxlpx that you should look into adding pulls or knobs.
Check another post on the same topic -- I think it's in Miscellaneous....
Do a search and see a post in another section for detailed reply on sources of information.
Try the bags of volcanic rocks you can find at linen stores and some catalogs. They absorb odors really well.
Goof Off (or similar petroleum based solvents) or even fingernail polish remover (acetone) may also work. You can use a plastic putty knife to get...