Hi dhef, I would think that any good preservative would keep the barrels from deteriorating but what are you planning on doing with the water? No...
Hi Paul, I have had good luck using 1/4"/foot. This would drop the deck 2 1/2" over 10 feet. Not too much I think, but enough to get rid of all t...
Try Fine HomeBuilding Magazine for June/July 2000. It has a great article on solid and composite decking materials. Issue number 132.....Mark Hammond
Hi Bobster, It can be done both ways but I would stick to using 3/8" drywall. It has more substance and will remain flat better than 1/4". Rememb...
Hi again, Hey I almost forgot. I sometimes remove both the upper and lower sash but it depends on the window and the degree of difficulty in the ...
Hi all, The removal of a window starts on the inside with the removal of;1. The stops, side and header.2. The casings.3. The apron.4. The stool c...
Hi Fjc, It is much easier to remove the window from the opening to do the repair. If you need the steps just write back and I will help you get t...
Hi Chels, The angle that you want for a 90 degree angle when using a 45/45 degree crown mold is 35.26 degree miter setting and 30.00 degree angle...
Hi Bobster, I believe that when you remove the plaster from the opening that you will find that behind it is a metal arch that forms the shape. I...
Hi SG, I've always had good luck with Cuprinol products. They make exterior preservative finishes.....Mark Hammond
Hi Jespo, You are using some unfamiliar terminology. Can you send some pics to me care of this site? I'd say attach the joists to a ledger but I ...
Hi Piz, There are probably easier methods but I prefer durability and longevity so I am suggesting A full frame ceiling below the existing ceilin...
Hi Cross, Without seeing it myself my best guess would be a small amount of mildew. If it has been covered this long with no problems I would say...
Hi Seanno, Just a couple of suggestions. One is to check the adjustable legs on the bottom of the washer to make sure that they are as far down a...
Hi Shaynab, I think that the poly finish will give you far less trouble than the oil finishes. None of them stand up to water or other moisture a...
Hi Crabby, If you plan to paint over the trim then you can just sand and paint w/o too much trouble. Scrape and feather the loose areas prime and...
Hi CKH, Open shelving is your own choice but bottom locked doors may be a good safety point. As to the construction of the cabinet you will need ...
Hello again, I have been trying to dig up an old article on the subject that was very informative. It gave several examples of different types o...
Hi Creuland, All the composites that I have worked with will do this span easily but it will depend also on the thickness. What kind and thicknes...