Just cut the tee off with a sharp knife. Use wood glue.
Just answer the question. I would like to know what the standard is also.
It would if the joist a 2x6. The blocking is normally the same width as the floor joist.
What type of door is it? Wood? Metal? Fiberglass? You could just glue a plug of wood into the old holes and screw into it. Golf tees work good for ...
If you are painting then the expansion jams are the best solution. The jams will look odd if you cut the drywall out to fit the jams. They will be ...
You can't just replace 2 prong outlets with 3 prong outlets. You need a proper ground or gfci recetacles.
If you can see the wire and is NM then it is only 60 degree. NM-B is the 90 degree wire. If the fixture says you need the 90 wire then you need the...
I would stain first and then touch up any knicks and the cut ends later. It is easier to stain and finish before it is installed.
Power cable is the wire that carries your 110v or 220v ac line. Anything else like phone, cable tv, cat5 is data cable and can not go in the same c...
Have you checked the breaker for that circuit. Is there a gfci that might be tripped.
It is most likely the the power for the fan is also the power for the light though the switch. You probably will not have to cap anything off just ...
You never know what is involved until you find the problem. It could be a loose screw on an outlet. It could be wire damaged by a rat or a nail. It...
Do you know what type of motor this is? Capacitor start, capacitor start/capacitor run, split phase? Did you check the plate on the motor or the co...
Wet a small piece of the red oak. You will get a rough idea of its color when finished.
Your dimmer is too close to its rated capacity. Get a larger one or split the lighting into 2 circuits.
Are you going to use panels or individual strips? If you are going to use panels then just nail at the studs. I would not use adhesive. If you deci...
Outlets actually run in parallel. You can tap into any one of them to run another outlet. If you want to tap in between them then you need to insta...
It sounds like the pipe you are emptying into is clogged. Have it snaked out. Or the tank the sewage flows to is full.
You could glue up some 1/4 round onto flat pine. Or skip the the glue and nail it together.