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Know this is probably too late for your current project but you should look into the 'No Coat' corners made by Grabber. Try ths site: http://www....
Sounds like you need a 'radiant barrier'. You can get some that are sprayed on the underside of the roof (like paint) or various materials that ar...
You did not say but if your main line is galvanized, it's a good idea to replace it. Once they start to leak, it's a mess. They do rust through a...
Check at your local library for Consumer Reports older issues. I know they did a report on some windows within the last 18 mos. One thing that st...
A lot of questions come to mind. How old is your house & when were windows installed. Are they double pane? Do you have a humidifier on your hea...
Tankless water heaters do not have this problem. If you are into replacing the existing hot water heater, may be a good time to consider replacing...
Sounds like a partial blockage. Take off the shower head and clean out the holes and the 'low flow' washer. With head off, turn on shower to flus...
Seems like dual water heaters will double your energy use when you may only need extra when filling your Whirlpool. Sounds like an ideal situation...
Labor varies widely around the country. Installation is very simple but may be complicated by electrical or gas service changes that may be needed...
Just my 2 cents worth but I would never put down that laminate type floor in a potential wet area such as the bathroom. Is fine for bedroom but mo...
Do not skimp on south & west facing windows. In fack, the newer "E Squared" insulated glass is even better. Want to keep that heat out in souther...
Had this one myself. Outlets are typically 'daisy chained' from other outlets. One of those may have loose/bad connections. I had to track down ...
Did you insulate the floor? That would seem to be the obvious step if not already done. Start with a radiant barrier product to reflect heat back...
Typically, attic floor joists are not sufficient to bear the load of a full living area. May have to 'sister' engineered joists in to make it safe.
That's a tough one. You do NOT want to use that expanding foam type as it may expand & bulge the walls. Have seen professional blown-in insulatio...
With a 100 year old house, the doors would look great with those 'imperfections'. Should not want them to look new. Can minimize the stain differ...
Amy, I just did our bathroom. Is light grey tile with light grey grout (never do that light grout again). Got a double kit of Zap at Sam's Club ...