Does the general rule of 7-10 years for the electric water heaters apply to the oil ones as well?
You could possibly try TSP cleaner. It it usualy used to clean an area before sanding and staining.
Hi mbmjk,I agree with the previous comments for your miter saw I would recommend the Delta 36-255L 12" (aprox. 125$). I would recommend a 12" vs. 1...
Hi, The bottom part of our cottage is brick and the upper is painted pine boards. We're planning on redoing the siding in Canexel to retain a certa...
Hi Shanelle,Maybe you could try Black & Decker, I know they have home improvement books don't know if you could still order them though!Nick
Thanks Jay,It's not falling off in pieces but it's coming off too easily for my taste. As I mentioned I think water penetration or humidity might b...
Just a quick question concerning dirt what would be the difference between landscaping soil and black earth other then the fact that one is doub...
Hello all,I've noticed that the mortar comes off fairly easily when I pass my fingertips through the bricks. Is this due to humidity build-up or so...
Greenboard is fine! I would use cement board if you were planning on using ceramic tiles to cover the area.Nick
Hello all,After opening the hot water faucet in our stand up shower a couple of ants started crawling out from the top of the shower(acrylic corner...
Good point rpxlpx as I too don't have them in every room 2 on the 1st floor, 2 on the main in one in the basement (not finished yet).Nick
You have two options in my opinion:1) You could return the doors from where you purchased them, I'm sure the company also offers the same doors wit...
If it's a sink, you could always try sanding any chips you might have to a nice smooth finish and then use enamel paint to respray the whole area.Nick
Yes you should set the floor tile first and then the toilet on top. As for the stone tiles, it's not a big problem just try to select tiles that wi...
Try this site http://www.mssystems.com I think this is what you are looking for!Nick
Use these type of frame holders metal holder with a nail going through it. Sorry for the terrible diagram but didn't have much to work with! They v...
I agree with Bob here! The metal studs allow you to snap/hold them together for easier installation applications. They are also lighter, which make...
Hi Laura(?) I have a similar problem with my cabinets if you fing any info/tips from other soources then this UBB board can you forward me the info...