1/2" drywall is about 1.8lbs/sq ft. That works out to about 57.6 lbs per panel.
What diameter is the bend. You could try backing the trim with many little close together slots. You could try steam bending it. You could try a...
Using 20 amp receptacles serves no purpose unless you have a 20 amp device. Use good quality 15 amp receptacles.
Pour a proper foundation below the frost line. You may not need a full foundation. 4 sonotubes placed one at each corner will probably be enough
Never heard of that. Sounds like a make work(money) project to me. I would search for a different electrician.
I hate to say this but this simple question tells me you should not be doing any type of electrical work. You don't have the knowledge to do it cor...
Wylie is correct. I don't how I came up with that figure. 8x8=64. back to 2nd grade I guess.
You need to install a new 14/3 cable between the 2 new switches. You need to instal a 14/2 wire from one of the switches to the light you need to c...
I can't think of anything 1/4 inch that is fireproof. Generally drywall is used to fireproof walls. You could install the drywall and then panel ov...
If you want to fill it full 8x8x1 is 16 cubic feet of sand. A cubic yard is 27 cubic feet so 1/2 yard should be good.
Sometimes changing the bulb brand helps. some brands buzz and there nothing you can do about it.
Lights going brighter is often an indication of a loose neutral wire in your main feed line. It could be the reason for the dimmers blowing also.
They are not in the correct position or the switches would work. If you can tell me all the cables and wire connections in each switch box and the...
The wiring has stay 1.25 inches from the front of the joist. Is there an attic above the rooms. You could work from there. If there is a floor abo...
You will not find a new fixture with an outlet. Bathroom outlets need to be gfci protected. If the wiring in the switch is more than just 2 wires y...
Can you put the old switches back and it works fine? Do it and then change only one switch. The problem is that the common screw is not in the sam...