Crown's not so tough. Put the nails in the top and bottom where the most meat is. In some cases you might need to use longer nails into the top pla...
kevinbowlingMember since 01/15/01
Are you using a rip blade? I usually use a combination rip/crosscut blade for table saw work. Your blade might, also, be dirty with resin buildup. ...
As long as you keep 4" or less between each baluster, your baby will be as safe as possible. My youngest son got his head stuck in a wrought iron r...
You could use a compass. For example: If you have a dowell that is 2" in diameter, make sure you have a SHARP pencil, set the compass at exactly 1"...
Squeaky floor could be about anything, loose sheathing, bridging maybe a heat duct or plumbing pipe rubbing against the joist. Hopefully, it's in t...
You could sandblast. You might want to think about using something other than sand eg walnut shells etc.. Kevin
One other thing. I'd use glue and some kind of anchors. Tapcons work very well. The anchors will hold things down tight and the glue will help to p...
This is just my opinion. Personally, I'd stay away from putting a wood floor in the basement. Just because it hasn't been wet in 7 years doesn't me...
Yes, That would work very well. Just a thought, you might be better off to install a beam across the center of the joists. remember to jack only a ...
I would attach a 2x6 to the ceiling. Build a box beam out of two 1x4's for the sides and a 1x6 for the bottom. Nail them together in a U shape and ...
Could it just be firred down? That could involve tearing off trim and replacing. You really aren't supplying enough information for me to make an e...