The neutral may not be open. It may only be loose. When you have high readings and one leg and low readings on the opposite leg, it is usually a ba...
It sounds like an open neutral. It could be your problem or the power company. Call the POCO first. Have them check all their connections including...
How many watts are these heaters. That will determin the number of circuits and the size of the wire and breakers.
You should be trying to mount it ot the studs and patching the holes.
You have the correct nailer. A brad nailer only goes up to 1-1/4 nails. This is too short for trim work.
If you know a handyman try that. If it doesn't work get the handle off and remove the cartridge, you should be able to replace the entire cartirdge.
If you have a showerhead on a hose lay it in the tub and let it run. This should determine if pulmbing is leaking or the walls are leaking.
If it doesn't have a red wire it is not the first outlet. The problem is after the outlet you disconnected however. Since you said you have everyth...
Too confusing. You need to give a better description of the wires in each box and what they are connected to. If you have 3 way switches then you m...
A breaker panel is limited to 42 breakers. You double up with tandem breakers ven though they will fit. If you need more than 42 you will have to ...
I would prime the drywall. When it dries sand all the lumps from the paper off. They should be hard enough knock down with sandpaper. If you have d...
2 thing you can try.Remove the gfci and disconnect the wires from the load screws. See if will reset. Turn off the breaker to the GFCI. You should ...
ACD:It depends where the power source is. If it is at the light you will have no problem. If it is at one of the switches then you will need run ne...
Tell us how far apart the ceiling joists are, how long the span is,the size of the ceiling joists(2x6,2x8?).
At switch connect whites together. Connect one black to each screw of switch.At fan cannect all whites together. Connect black from fan switch to b...
Don't think you have an existing problem with the water. I know a guy who had a problem with water pooling in the back corner of his garage. He sol...
Your plumber is correct. No pressure. It will just start to drip one day. If you are planning to work on the rest of the plumbing in the future wai...
If they are not going to remove the entire floor be sure they instll rebar across the seam where the old floor remains. You will probably get a cra...