Just found a useful link on the subject...but I'd still appreciate any tips/concerns etc about my posting from out there!Anyway, here's the link: h...
Greetings plumbing experts, I am lowering a ceiling, and need to raise a 1-1/2" DWV from a bathroom sink (ABS Plastic) out of the way. There curre...
Thanks Tom for the feedback. I know it sounded like a dumb question....but those electrical codes can sure specify some oddball items!Thanks again.-k
Really it depends on YOUR personal goals...but if it were me, I think it MIGHT be worth it--BUT ONLY IF you also do something else with the loan. ...
Welcome back Melanie,Very curious! Did you ever get this bouncy floor sorted out? (If you're writing in about hostas, maybe things aren't too bad...
Greetings electrical gurus!I am running a dedicated 20amp (12 ga NM 2+ground) for the fridge. Are there any rules as to WHERE it should be placed?...
From my limited experience: If you mean "planting" it (as opposed to using cut pieces as a sort of trellis): it can definitely make a "wall"....b...
A while back I had a similar posting. I found that the 8x32" (256 sq in) return air grille (kitchen/dining area) actually covered 2 return air ope...
I've done this a couple of times and am not too far off from doing it yet again. (All different houses! --not like I keep doing the SAME floor!)...
Well said, pgriz!Yeah, about that "appropriate snow protection." I hear that lots of roofers (mine included) would rather not mess with snow prote...
You're very welcome bwillits,Glad I could be of help; please let us know what you decided.And, if it makes any difference, don't count on 'Hours of...
Greetings bwillits,We replaced a shake roof with standing-seam metal about 6 years ago. Definitely mixed reviews:Pros:1. WEIGHT. It is very ligh...
I grabbed/modified this from an earlier post; hope it helps:It's amazing the ways water can find to get into a house. Could be flashing, could be s...
Hi walsho,We've had one (smooth-top electric stove) for about 5 years. It definitely took some getting used to. The biggest issue is that the bur...
Hi again Chuck, You're right about feeling comfortable with workers. When it goes well in person, everything else usually follows suit. Also, gla...
Hey welcome back Melanie, Sorry to hear about the ongoing stress. Have you measured the floor-to-ceiling height across that room yet?I think getti...
Interesting. I can ALMOST believe their claims.OK, I'm not an engineer or anything; just someone who'd be asking the same questions as "shotts" bu...
Hi Chuckster,I'm not sure I'd hire a handyman for a door install--esp. a front door. Unless the one you pick has quite a bit of experience hanging...
I've seen them in catalogs (no personal experience). It's called PRAZI. I did a quick internet search and found quite a few web sites; here's one...
I'm not a builder, but I don't like the sound of this either. You wouldn't happen to be in snow country would you? Snow can be VERY heavy!