Hi dmd, I am a bit unsure of the problem without seeing it firsthand. I would guess that you forgot that when you bend a piece of ply or anything...
Hi Vicky, I need the name of the product before I can answer any questions on its use and application. Can you send me this info? Mark Hammond
Hi Roger, What you are suggesting is the installation of underlayment. Just another term for another subfloor. Yes it is do-able but use ring sha...
Hi Ash, I have searched for both ceramic and fabric repair sites for DIYs and come away empty accept for sites that advertise repair shops and se...
Hi Ryjenn, There are a couple of ways but most are just variations on the same thing. You will need to attach hinges along one side of the back o...
Hi Alan, Nice to know that things worked out for you. I have bookmarked Roxul for the future. It all comes in handy. Good luck.....Mark Hammond
Hi Sebring, There are two things to consider. First, and probably most important, check the code for your area to see what is acceptable for fire...
Hi again, I went to the site that rpxlpx mentioned and that product (sprayon siding) has a lifetime guarantee not just 25 years. That's a big dif...
Hi WFToon, I have some references to it but I need to know what application you are considering. Clothes, bar and countertops....exactly what do ...
Hi Roger, The crystals are probably sap or resin from the wood and I have to agree that if you want to keep the "antique" value (if it really has...
Hi Fhearguis, I have been following the conversation between you and Iceman. This is just another suggestion but I would try making a box of the ...
An eighty tooth or more blade is a good idea but I would specify carbide to keep things even cleaner. The longevity of carbide is well worth the co...
Conflict can be a confusing thing. I agree that re-glueing can be a tough job but if you prepare the surface it will hold quite well. You can re...
It is possible that someone layed a new subfloor over the old hardwood to save time but it would raise the height of the floor and somewhere it sho...
I have to agree that you should contact your contractor first but the combination of glue, screws and using t&g subflooring should do the trick.......
You can do exactly what DH suggested but remember that the tolerances for most cuts are not that exact because you will normally have to trim any l...
Hi Chris, You can use the pine moldings that you have now. The mix of woods is a common thing. Lightly sanding the wood, priming and painting is ...
You can bolt all the way through but do it at a slight angle and you will have no leakage worries. You can also tar over the heads. Using a plate o...