I'm a DIYer myself and have learned that sometimes my "legwork" can do more harm than good. 12/3 for a wall oven doesn't sound right. Can you ple...
Cool, I've seen screw-outs and even used them on occasion, but I thought they only came in larger sizes. Definitely worth a try.
Howdy folks!Regarding those nice "custom" range hoods you see sometimes: You know, there's a "liner" from a major brand (such as Vent-a-Hood or Br...
Wow, sorry to hear about the soil problem; I hope there's something they can do.Hopefully the library can help you find a video. Our library syste...
For videos (as well as books), try your local library...amazing what a good resource they are!As for "sinking house"-- are you saying that the hous...
hoganem is right, re winching them out; also about sometimes hiring heavy equipment is the way to go--especially if there are LOTS of them.Also...w...
Welcome Susan, Rocks could just be a bit of a prized possession! A rock garden (especially if they're pretty or have nice "features"!)As for movin...
Hi pepin, I wouldn't try and save the old screws (if that's what you were doing). Sounds like it's time to get a bit creative...I'd continue to us...
Welcome Michelle, We've had rather poor results trying to make paint lighter by adding white. We tried once with what my wife thought would be a n...
Hi Melanie,Thanks for the update. Sounds like your friend (the contractor's) first priority should be that ceiling! Anyway, glad to hear you're h...
Thanks Tom for the response. You make a good argument for (gasp!) spending the bucks!
Hello Aardvark,No personal experience with the tankless....they've appealed to me, except that most of them (gas) seem to require power venting--wh...
Excellent post, pgriz says it all! Figure out the ventilation & insulation; "double-bonus points" for a slippery roof...good luck.
A couple of items maybe worth considering:1. Try it with the fire as far back in the area as possible2. We find if a nearby window is cracked ope...
Hey out there! For whatever reason, my wife seems to want a $400 faucet for our new kitchen (if I'd ever finish the kitchen, that is!).Have any o...
Caulk is probably not a bad answer....I'd say up to 1/4" it's fine to use caulk. Much more than that, a little more creativity might be needed (sa...
I agree with Mustang. Consider that a cordless drill/driver is one of the most useful tools around--you want a quality one! I use Makita; others ...
Not a direct answer to your question...just a "for what it's worth":Matching can be really difficult. There is always (at least) just a tiny varia...
Wow, I remember those things! Have you tried removing a couple of them to see what you'd be in for? Maybe they wouldn't leave as big a mess as yo...