Yes, Broan and GE have fans with lights built in. There may be others. I would visit your local electrical supply place to get specifics.No, it is ...
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Go ahead and try the liquid wrench and or WD40 Your water is under pressure, and it is impossible for the penetrating oils to get into the pressuri...
I have found this same problem even with high powered drills when installing the screws into a very solid floor. It is a pain, but either back out ...
With the # of trees and roots near your field, I would not hesitate to use the copper sulfate in moderate amounts.
Those pesky bees will make those nests on any material, not just wood. The rool up might be just the thing, but I personally have know experience w...
This type of home building process might be a good way for someone to get started with their own home if they have little or minimum down payment. ...
A layer of sludge that is 1 to 3 inches thick near the top of the tank is normal. The problem is when the sludge gets to be 12 to 18 inches thick ...
Also, circuit breakers are known to go bad. It is possible you have a faulyt circuit breaker that may have to be replaced.
Thanks for the input. I wonder how many toilets get replaced every year just because of this problem.
Suggest you buy a cabinet from one of these unfinished furniture places. Then finish it yourself with materials from a Sherwin Williams store or th...
There is a spray sold to prevent rabbits, etc from chewing on flowers, etc. It gives an extremely bitter taste to things, and keeps animals from ch...
Juleous,You are exactly correct, sorry for the latent heat terminology, I should have used residual.However, since an increase in fan speed results...
Apply steady pressure pulling the mirror away from the wall. The trick is to apply enough pressure so the tape will start to release, but not so mu...
The higher fan speed makes your furnace more efficient. The banging is just what the other posters said...the ductwork is oil canning. I had the sa...
I couldn't get on as Dodgeman, hence the change in user name. The test is to see how long for a regular to respond to this most widely used topic ....