vinyl siding as good as it may look would not be a very good choice for siding your portable car port...vinyl siding needs to have a solid backing ...
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start by cleaning w/ a mixture of water and murpheys oil soap...then allow to dry and wipe over the chairs w/ old english
there is a product called naval jelly that you can use to clean the rust off of your saw...just rub it in using steel wool...it can be found at pre...
i would recommend leaving the wood siding on and just cover it up with 1/4" fanfold styrofoam insulation...it will give you a smooth surface to ins...
I haven't had any experience w/ semco but I have had very good luck w/ the marvin tilt-pack replacement sash kits...replaced a few windows during a...
You will need to use a laser level that can be mounted on a tripod. You make sure the laser in aimed on a level plane (some are self leveling othe...
you can probably buy them by the stick anywhere that rents nailers...however you will want to make sure you use ring shank nails for the deck board...
If you are already willing to spend a little money to get the job done your best bet would probably be to buy an 18 guage brad nailer and shoot 1" ...
check this out: http://forrest.woodmall.com/bladlasguid.html
you can also buy an abrasive blade for a circular saw...it gets kinda messy but it cuts like butter...plus it will work for pretty much any type of...
the only safe bet is that the stu spacing probably won't be consistant...did the stud sensor you were using have a deepscan mode on it...if not try...
just check around at stores where speed squares area sold...most places also sell the little guide book for a buck or two...its a good guide
actually...stick nails are just another name for the nails framing nailers use (aka. stick nailers)...the differnce between clipped head and full r...
the rotozip can be used to replace a jig saw to a certain extent...it works great for cutting drywall, tile, and any wood surface up to about 1/2-3...
he's right...you need to replace your blade...if your doing trimwork i'd recommend a 60 or 80 tooth Freud Diable blade...its about the best you can...
no there really aren't any permanent roof tar products that you can use to patch your roof...the best bet will be to replace the damaged shingle .....
tighty-packed would mean compressed more than what is necessary for it to stay in place (for unfaced insulation)...the more you compress insulation...
to fix the hole just go to your local big box home improvement center and get a drywall patching kit and some joint compound...just follow the dire...
that type of anchor is called a molly-bolt...there is also another anchor called an easy-anchor that you screw into the wall (no drilling) and then...