Sounds like the 'P' trap. The gaskets are probably old and dried out. Take it apart and take it to your hardware store. Should be able to get ne...
Really not possible to tell since a lot depends on the 'trim'. If black trim is used, less light is given off. White trim gives off more light. ...
Concur. Radiant heat is fairly low temperature and suitable for hardwood floors.
Those SIP walls should make them about as energy efficient and air tite as possible. Seal any 'holes' (electrical wires, pipes, etc) with a good f...
The attic ventilation should not affect the internal house humidity very much. Good idea for the attic to be properly ventilated if you notice moi...
Yes, it can be done to solve your problem but you will have to shut off the water and drain the pipe first. Can not solder well if water is in the...
You need to get a device that will tell you what your inside humidity levels are. They only cost about $30 - $50 and will tell you if high inside ...
Also, I would highly recommend an 'air-to-air heat recovery ventilator'. These systems bring in fresh air while exchanging heat with the vented in...
Workbench Magazine (#274) just did a review of 16 gage finish nailers. Might find a copy at the store or library. They gave the Porter-Cable FN25...
Sounds like inadequate ventilation - regardless of the power vent. Check that the eve vents are open (not covered, etc) and that there is adequate...
We lived in an old (1926) house in St Pete for over 20 years. No central A/C but did have wall units. Floor was old pine. Never had any problems...
It's possible that it was intended for a hot water recirculation pump. These are used to circulate the hot water to stop wasting water down the dr...
Thanks for the response, Jay. This product does have a real hardwood veneer over the engineered wood and is supposed to be able to refinish severa...
Has anyone had any experience with the engineered click together flooring made by Husky Floors (Lumber Liquidators)? Am thinking of using this but...
If it is NOT vented to the outside, it will be pretty straight forward. If vented to outside (preferred), may be a bit more difficult but you shou...
This site has ceramic beads that you add to your paint http://ceramicadditive.com/850.html
Thes fill devices often get plugged up with 'goop' from the water (rust, scale, etc. Also, have seen the turn on/off valve get partially clogged w...
That's a real problem and potential hazard. I've seen professionals attach several suction devices to hold on with and then gently pry the mirror ...
Don't think a palm nailer will do the job. An alternative to the "explosive" type powered nailer is to drill holes with a hammer drill and use hea...
Your HVAC may well be 220vac but the thermostat is not. It will be a low voltage of some type. Check with the manufacturer. Am sure there are pr...