have you considered screens that roll up to retract and pull/roll down to use? They're kind of like window shades. Might be a nicer view when the...
I replied to your other post under the other subject area, please take a peek there.
OP: it depends. Check with your local jurisdiction regards to which building codes and electrical codes are effective in your local area, then he...
The "Stanley" name for entry doors can be found here: http://www.masonite.com specific catalogue to help you identify your own door here: ...
There should be a manufacturer's plate there giving the info on the door. Then call stanley and ask them for a replacement window trim kit for you...
Or you could build a "table top frame" with 2x4"s, supported with stock turned posts to the floor (and from the top's frame in the center as well i...
Also if I get the "jist" of your post correctly, you are looking to remove the steps and not put in any kind of balcony or anything, and this door-...
First of all you mention french doorS, and to have a pair of doors that small and custom made would not be such a good idea as the confusion genera...
The OP has an older GE 3-wire low-voltage system. This uses relays for the controls and the 'switch plates' are not regular switches. one lightin...
reginak: I suggest you peruse the website at buildingscience.com Not knowing where you are, what kind of construction you're doing, what your f...
Bill/Jarrod/whoever you're pretending to be today: Again issues that were never part of the OP's issue, and yet again you resort to yet another ...
He's a DIYer asking for best advice. I think any DIYer can handle black pipe with minimal training, Copper is quite another story, requiring sp...
Like the unibomber did? I must have missed something..."I have built a machine shed to reside in..." This was a structure meant to house mach...
http://ecmweb.com/mag/electric_threelamp_circuit_tester/ Hope you find this helpful as well.
On receptacles in general: http://ecmweb.com/mag/electric_article_receptacles/ Some basic info on GFCI receptacles: http://ecmweb.com/mag/...
you might want to check the compatibility with your 4' florescent fixture (luminaire) with a GFCI protected circuit. The usual ballast/tube config...
You have jumped in at first with WRONG information, and it was another party who's first post was removed then reposted regarding the shared neutra...
#1 They ALL do Jarrod (require GFCI protection) this "Home office" is in a BASEMENT. #2 I'm NOT going to get into a debate on how to interpret t...
I've never purchased a pair of SHOES without trying them on, but I have been known to purchase "off the rack" a pair of size 10 slacks and tried to...
Point being that the plunges for the biscuits will plunge into that 1" strip and weaken the wood, and eventually that wood will do its own "adjusti...