Hi Don,Do you mean cover the paneling with self-stick flooring? Are you sure this won't look even worse than the horrific paneling?Usually panelin...
Hi jcpress, From the "For what it's worth" department:It's not really much 'security', but this is better than nothing: there's a motion-sensing d...
Hi NChanted, For starters, I suggest a posting from back in June: http://www.bobvila.com/ultimate/Forum8/HTML/000979.html Good luck,-k
Are there 'mounds' and holes in the yard, perhaps from moles, gophers or voles? We had that problem a while back and purchased a doohickey that ho...
It's amazing the ways water can find to get into a house. Could be the deck, could be somewhere in the roof (such as where roof meets chimney, or ...
There's a lot to be said for "EASY"! Yes, a base or something with some more profile might look good, but you're right; it's that much more work! ...
You're very welcome. Also, got to thinking that if you have access to a table saw you might be able to shave about 1/4" or so (whatever works with...
Hi Julius, I have a table saw that'll work either on 110 or 220, and I know that it sure runs better on 220. If that's any help.
Thanks HK, You are correct, the kitchen is not closed off at all. So you don't think the pint-sized RA will damage the furnace (or heating efficie...
I've written in about this before, but I'm a bit further along so would appreciate some follow-up advice.I replaced a kitchen peninsula with an isl...
Hi again,I found a couple of sites (just through internet searching--I don't have personal experience with these companies) where brickmold is pict...
Greetings mbmjk,Do yourself a favor and bypass any cheap table saws. I made that mistake once and quickly found myself wanting more. I'd returned...
Greetings Marilyn and Ron, Years ago we had a traditional house, and even back then it was tough to find old fashioned moulding. We ended up stack...
Greetings Dawn-Marie, Just food for thought...We're continuing to use old things that work for now: a small Shaker-style piece of furniture upstai...
Hi JS, Your neighbors will love you. Be sure to check with your homeowner's association and covenants. Unless you're out in the boonies, it'll p...
You're very welcome Hummercat!It's definitely a good idea to at least take in the original battery and see if it'll fit in one of the chargers that...
Hi hummercat, Not sure about Craftsman but I know when you buy a bigger Makita that it will charge their smaller ones too. For example if you get ...
Hey there HK, Thanks for the quick reply, u r the best! This will make for a much nicer kitchen area for us. That old register is pretty mashed ...
Hello out there! I'd like to do something similar. Currently we have a 5" duct (no A/C, just heat) feeding a 4x10 floor register. As I'm working...
Hi again, Just wondering how it's going. I kind of expected more action on this post. Hopefully things are going better than expected with this a...