What are you trying to do? You cannot connect the 18 guage wire to a regular outlet. The risk of a fire is too great, even if its in a conduit!18...
BobFMember since 10/19/98
The black and red hot wires in the same cable provide 220 volts to say an clothes electric dryer. No offense meant, but from your questions, I rec...
You have 2 good options. Armstrong makes a ceiling that looks like real planks - very easy to install. The second option is to use real wood tong...
I would go thicker than 4 inches no matter what the soil underneath. Its ok for a patio, but not a garage.
I prefer to hook my lights and outlets up in parallel, not series. If one goes bad, the others still function.
Sorry. I've hung quite a bit of paper. None it has ever "smelled". Are you sure its the paper? Does a leftover scrap have the same smell?
Drywall compound and spackle absorb paint at different rates than drywall. Primers even things out. Small patches like nail holes won't be notice...
First - if the light fixtures just have screws - pigtail a wire from the lights to the wires. Never put more than one wire under a screw!Get a bla...
The 220 is not necessarily more efficient. You are drawing a lot more juice. In a 220v dryer you have 110 for the heater and 110 to spin the drum...
WOW your windows are that far up on the foundation? For the steps you need to build a header over the landing. The bottom and insides of this hea...
If the floor is dry, you do not need a humidity barrier for the carpet. If the floor is not dry, I wouldn't finish the basement until it is dry. ...
The best way is to build a wall about 1/2 - 1 inch away from the foundation. Foundation walls are not flat, but have bows and dips. You will not ...
By self-sticking what do you mean? Pre-pasted or a peel and stick? Pre-pasted needs to be activated with water.What primer did you use? If it wa...
There probably have been one or two cases of concrete cracking from these, but those would be rare. I used one to secure my basement framing. Not...
Your best bet is to remove the cardboard and put up new drywall. You could just cover the cardboard with 1/4 inch drywall but removing the cardboa...
You are not clear in your description. Take a deep breath and try again. Did you replace both 3-way switches? Where did the single-pole switch g...