For installing a 3/4" hardwood floor you need a special air gun or hand nailer and mallet. You need a framing nailer for framing, and a finish gun...
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If you want a closer color match, have the company seal the red oak and then use a toning lacquer to get the brown of the white oak, then topcoat.
They are called pocket door slides, and come in various sizes for different width doors. One source is www.wwhardware.com or try a local cabinet s...
The reason behind using lime when planting tomatoes is to lessen blossom end rot, Powerded/crushed lime is more avaliable to the plants than peleti...
Many times the windows are wrapped with plywood and then the face is flat taped and mudded.
Do Not coat the maple with a urethane finish. The expansion and contraction of the top will weaken the finish and water will work in under it caus...
My question would be why fill it? Consider using the slope to your advantage. Mutiple terraces, sunken garden area, excavate for a small pond.
DO NOT use any sealer! It will not hold up against constant moisture. The barrels will not rot for years if kept off the ground and full of water....
Use a penney for unsanded grout. 1/4"-1/2" for sanded grout. What ever you prefer.
1/8" gap is required between sheets for expansion, There is no major problem as there are still 30 yr old comp roofs standing that have no spacing ...
Make an "A" frame out of 4x4s with a v at the top about 4' tall. Wrap a chain around the boxwood over the a frame and to the truck. This will giv...
code requires (Pierce Co.) that you drill into the existing foundation and footing and epoxy steel in the holes to tie the foundations together
Best I can say is to let it dry, Apply a product like termin-X (if you can get it in CA), or Wolman end cut solution. Then apply asphalt based wat...
You have to be concerned with rpm in that you do not want the drill to spin out if it should bind up and ruin the counter top. Run the drill at sl...
From an organic approach, spray with boric acid solution, then stuff steel wool in the holes.
99 out of 100 times it is a leak. If it is not a "roof" leak check the plumbing vents.
Rent the auger that is mounted on a cart, this is very easy to move around and control, 3' a 6' fence is more than enough.
I take it that you are talking about a redwood vat, type of tub....there is a manufacturer in Seattle WA where you can get parts for their tubs.Usu...