11%! Yikes, did I hear that right? You might be able to get a 15-year for less than your current payment, WITHOUT the balloon looming at you! I...
Really all it takes is a 24" wide opening (the width of the vast majority of dishwashers), the electrical supply, hot water supply, and a way to dr...
It's great that the decision is kind of "making itself"...and better still that it appears to be going in your favor. Way to go!
The outlet wouldn't be on a GFCI-protected circuit, would it? Perhaps the circuit goes to a bathroom/kitchen first and then to the outlet in quest...
My tendency is to say, "don't do it." Unless you REALLY REALLY would use it a LOT. 3 reasons:1. Liability. Not only insurance cost, but you hav...
Some thoughts about the soiled hardwood flooring:1. I'm not sure I'd be too worried about maintaining the "look" of the hardwood floor at this stag...
Some of those pet odors can be downright NASTY. I talked to someone a while back--she had to replace a bunch of flooring and drywall to get rid of...
I once had a house with stained rough cedar siding, and the woodpeckers had done a real number in it. I ended up filling the holes with Bondo--whi...
I'm no expert but I'd look at another house! You could probably get out of the deal on the inspection contingency. I'm having some foundation wor...
Hey there Wolley, thanks again for the response...the toaster sure sounds like a winner. And yes, definitely MACHO! Our toaster is awful--a worth...
Hi Dana1028 and thanks for the reply. This is definitely what I need to know. Hmmmm, now I guess it's decision time....Thanks again!
Great info, thanks! Not sure I want to spend all that money yet for a toaster, etc., but it would be nice to have the wiring in, just in case thes...
Thanks rpxlpx for the reply!Not sure really, about which country's appliance I'd be using. Ideally I'd like to find an appliance (such as the elec...
Greetings Tara_n, My wife hired a landscape architect a few years ago for her rock garden. We thought it was well worth it. There were a few thin...
Thank you again, HKestenholz. This project will be challenging enough as it is; I do appreciate your thoughts and making it a bit smoother!
Hello group, I am new to the electrical forum and hopefully I'm not rehashing too much old ground here...I would like to put in a kitchen "island" ...
First, thank you HKestenholz for taking the time to reply!You're right, the 3x8" openings didn't look too big to me either. They (the 3x8 openings...
First, I'm new to the forum and have enjoyed reading it!I am currently tackling a kitchen remodel and have a little situation with a return-air (fo...