I recently completed a granite tile countertop project and I now have a problem trying to install a new drop in kitchen sink into the countertop. ...
When I soldering the solder seems to clump on the pipe instead of smoothly running aroud the outside of the pipe. I alway heat the fitting and app...
Hey guys thanks for your opinion. To tell you the truth I was already leaning towards Delta and this just confirmed it. Jack who are things in ...
I will be replacing my shower faucet very shortly and I'm planning on buying either a Delta or Moen faucet. I'm interested in any feedback tha...
I also assume that Bob no longer has any kind of association with Sears. Last fall (2005) the name of his show was shortened to Bob Vila from Home ...
Is it possible to split a single GFCI receptacle and have each half supplied by it's own circut? If it is possible, how is this done as I don'...
I'm thinking of buying the Bosch 1617 router combo kit (router motor with a fixed base and a plunge base) and I'm looking for some feedback from an...
I would like to use a MDF Beadboard(tongue & groove)in my bathroom. How well will it hold up in a high humidity location?
I planned on running sheathed electrical cable from the breaker panel to the outside of the house and then using UF for the exterior portion. ...
I am planning on running a new underground circut to a detached shed. The circut (120 volts / 15 amps) will power one receptacle and one overhead ...
I definitely want to change the nipple. I have never heard of an internal pipe wrench. How do they work and where are they available?
I need to replace the existing tub spout nipple with one that is a half inch shorter in length. How do I remove the old one and more importantly...
Try removing the bottom hinge pin and put a small bend in it (lay the pin on a concrete surface and tap the pin with a hammer). You don't want too...
Ready-mix companies sell concrete in cubic yards not square yards as you mentioned in your post.To determine how many cubic yards you require you m...
You didn't mention what channel you were watching but I'm guessing it was TLC. TLC broadcasts Home Again every Sunday morning from 10:00am to 12:0...
Provided that the plywood is the same thickness as the old 1x6's I wouldn't worry about it.