Your architect will be able to give many alternatives. Here is one: http://www.pella.com/products/unique/detail.asp?path=/products/unique/blinds
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Test areas should have been done to determine exactly what procedure was going to be followed. I personally dislike (& seldom use) polyurethane f...
a quick Google found one here: http://www.vandykes.com/product/02258314/ I think that your slide demands are not unusual, & you should have se...
Sue, Did you pay for complete stripping & staining the first time around & these areas were kind of skipped? Alternately, was he just to do a par...
If the existing patch is lower than the surrounding wall, see if there is at least one stud behind the patch (in the center) or maybe two studs (1...
It sounds as though you are on a crawl space. I have had successful results by insulating the walls of the crawl space. Allow the insulation to be...
I tried to find vermiculite a few months ago & was told by a local supplier that it had disappeared from the market, due to EPA warnings re asbesto...
You might try some more "harsh" chemicals like acetone, or mild acids like vinegar, but probably the glass has been etched by acids in whatever the...
the metal cutting blade will do, but a demolition blade will be better. Just look for a blade that will cut wood with imbedded nails.
Anne, Plywood cannot be finished to create the appearance needed for your stairs. It is a lost cause, so just live with the fully carpeted look.
You will want to lay the long axis of the plywood perpendicular to the beams. You are aware that the floor framing is not even close to standard b...
This is not a DIY project. A marble fabrication shop may be able to salvage the top, or fab a new one.
Vinyl can be painted if prepped properly. Give serious consideration to your motives. The house may be best off with brown. You may be opening a...
The EPA Comes Clean on Asbestos http://www.junkscience.com/oct01/wsj-Strassel.htm others here: www.junkscience.com" target="blank">http://sear...
5slb6 Exactly what is your experience with asbestos & or popcorn ceilings? I have remove quite a bit of the stuff & years ago occasionally in...
http://www.asktooltalk.com/cgi-local/sk_store.cgi?P=articles/popcorn-ceiling.htm Commonly, the popcorn removal will reveal a ceiling that needs ...
I used paint remover & Diedrich 101 to clean my brick & had awnings, liquid nails, vines, & paint sloppings all over it. It is not recommended for...
The short answer is NO. The amount of labor involved versus the quality of the finished product leads me to recommend replacing the ones you want ...
Trace the outline left in the wood of the jamb. Most locksmith shops have many to choose from. Or you can wait until your teenager gets his own ...