Also check out "The Family Handyman", Jan (or Feb) 1999 issue. Installing a glass block shower is the cover story. There are lots of pictures and...
BobFMember since 10/19/98
Have you checked the suction at the central unit? How is it? If it is poor, then the problem is the central unit itself.Is the canister empty? I...
I've not done it with the 1/4 round, but have you tried a simple 45 degree cut? When one of the planes is a stright 90 degrees you don't have a co...
Well, you could leave the primer exposed, but you'd be prinmering again next year again. Primers will not protect from the elements - sun, rain, w...
You are buying the lot. Get an estimate on shoring up the foundation. The rest of the house would have to be gutted and rebuilt from scratch. wh...
What - they don't have libraries or bookstores whre you live? There are many good books on cabinet building. There is too much info to detail in ...
The red wire is usually used with a 3-way switch, so it would also be hot. You need to investigate the wiring at the switch(es) to get as better i...
I put tight-loop berber over an 8-pound pad in my basement and its been fine. The key is the 8-pound pad.As for palstic - only needed if you have ...
That's not a pigtail. That is just a splice. Technically, the splice should be in a junction box, not exposed. Then if something should happen, ...
I said a sanding SCREEN, not sandpaper. The screens work better in this situation. Sanding screens are used to smooth drywall mud (joint compound...
What you describe is just a splice, not a pigtail. Please explain the situation further.
Sanding always worked for me. Try a medium grit sanding screen.
The wiring may or may not be #12. If its #14 and you put in a 20amp circuit, the wiring will overheat. The overheated wire will then cause a fire.
No. If you have water problems, the sealers will not cure them. If you don't have water problems, you don't need it.Fixing water problems from th...
That depends on the type of cans you have. If they are IC then just put hte insulation around them. If they are non-IC, then you must keep insula...
1st) Is it a real attic? ie) do you have rafters or trusses supporting the roof? Rafters you can work with. If its trussses, you are looking at ...
Wick is being far kinder than I. Have you tried a search? While Wick was responding, I did just such a search. I got 541 hits the first try, mos...
Yes! The drywall provides some fire protection. If its going to be covered you can skip (minimize) the final caot and sanding of the joints. Do ...